People’s Redemption Party PRP, has Commended the former Governor of Ogu State and now Senator representing Ogun East Senatorial District, Chief Gbenga Daniel, over the suspension of his monthly pension and allowances as former Governor of the State.
In a statement Signed by the Assistant National Publicity Secretary of the party, Muhammed Ishaq, in Abuja, lauds the courageous decision which demonstrates his unwavering commitment to public service.
The statement says Senator Daniel’s decision to suspend his monthly pension and allowances is a refreshing reminder that there are still individuals in the political arena who prioritize the interests of the people they serve over personal enrichment.
According to the statement, this serves as a call to action for other politicians and public officials to reassess their practices and prioritize the welfare of the people they represent.
” Senator Gbenga’s decision goes beyond mere symbolism, It challenges them to scrutinize their own allowances and privileges and consider how they can be better utilized to address the pressing needs of society”
It explained that Senator Gbenga Daniel’s principled stance reflects his genuine concern for the welfare of the people and his belief in the importance of leading by example.
The statement however, urges other politicians and public officials to follow Daniel’s lead and emulate his commitment to ethical conduct.
“Let us work together to restore public faith in the political process and build a society where the interests of the people are placed at the forefront.”
The PRP applauds Senator Gbenga Daniel for his remarkable decision and expresses its unwavering support for his dedication to public service.
Written by: Bukky Alabi
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