First of all, I will like to thank Her Excellency Arabinrin Ayanwu Akeredolu, the first lady of Ondo state. She has been so wonderful to us, the BEMORE girls. She has made us experience what we have never experienced before. This is my first time of going to a rally, I met a lot of people I have never met before.
I met lots dignitaries that on a normal day I never would have met. Dignitaries like Her Excellency, Mrs Dolapo Osinbanjo , the wife of the Vice President of Nigeria ;His Excellency Senator Abiola Ajimobi ,The Executive Governor of Oyo state; Her Excellency Mrs Florence Ajimobi,the wife to the Governor of Oyo state; His Excellency DR John Fayemi Kayode , the Governor of Ekiti state ; His Excellency Gboyega Oyetola, the Governor of O sun state and their wives too.
Also I saw so many actors and actress that naturally it’s on the Television I do see them, but at the APC rally, I had a chance to see a lot of them. Now I can brag to my friends that I have seen a lot of celebrities that they have not seen, thanks to digital mama. I will be forever thankful to Her Excellency.
This APC rally has made me realize one thing, and that thing is that I have found out that I have the spirit of politics in me. I got motivated seeing those women stand before the crowd talking about how to better women in particular, and the country at large. In future I see myself standing in such a position, and planning along with other Nigerians of like minds, on how to improve the country and get it to that height which I have constantly dreamed of.
It has also made me realize that politics is not a dirty game nor is it a do or die affair. It is not a game for mediocre, as popularly expressed in the public domain. I have also seen that to play politics the way I have the dream of playing it , I must get good education, and be a professional in my chosen profession before getting involved in politics.
I believe the BEMORE girls can change Nigeria in the future.
I am a BEMORE girl, and the Ibadan south west rally, has brought me a step closer to changing Nigeria for the better