Owo APC Leaders Unite for Aiyedatiwa, as Adelami Hosts Stakeholders

Leaders of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in Owo local government have promised to work together in securing maximum votes for the party’s candidate, Governor Lucky Aiyedatiwa, in the November 2024 governorship election in the state.

The leaders, in their hundreds, made this known in Owo over the weekend at a meeting of stakeholders hosted by Ondo state deputy governor, Dr Olayide Adelami.

Chairman of the APC council of elders in Owo, Chief Thompson Akinrinbola, emphasized unity in the party, imploring members to mend fences and work together for the success of the Aiyedatiwa/Adelami ticket.

Similarly, the party chairman in Owo council area, Samuel Balogun, who lauded the people-oriented initiatives of Governor Aiyedatiwa, said his programmes will speak for him as the campaign begins.

“I am assuring the deputy governor that Owo will score massive votes in the coming governorship election. The reason is not far-fetched. The governor and his deputy are good people, and with the cooperation of leaders and members of the party, we will achieve success in the forthcoming election.

“Governor Aiyedatiwa has made the work easy for us with his laudable programmes and people-centred initiatives. With a working governor like Aiyedatiwa, all we need to do is to go out there to remind our people of what he has done and let them know what he plans to do going forward.”

In his response, the deputy governor, thanked the party leaders, promising that the Aiyedatiwa-led government would always put the people first in all its programmes.

“Let me assure you all that my principal, His Excellency, Lucky Orimisan Aiyedatiwa, will never let you down. He is a listening and passionate governor who puts his people first in all his decisions, at all times.

“The governor has the experience and intellectual capacity to make life easy for our people. I am confident in his abilities to turn this state around, which he has demonstrated in the last six months in office.

“This is not the time to start experimenting with people who have no good record of public service. We can’t afford to leave a working governor for untested people”

Adelami further enjoined all the stakeholders to go back to their polling units and embark on house-to-house campaign to spread the APC message.

“This meeting will not end here. The next one will be in Ose local government, and we will move to Akoko from there to ensure that the entire Ondo north senatorial district speaks with one voice” the deputy governor submitted.

Leaders at the meeting included Senator Remi Okunrinboye, Chief Olugbenga Ale, Princess Olufunmilayo Brown, Dr Adeyemi Olayemi, Engr Mukaila Musa, Alhaji Jimoh Dojumo and others.

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