…Promises Good Governance
…Mourns The Death of Party Faithful
Debo Adeoye, Ibadan.
The Oyo State Branch of the Accord Party of Nigeria has promised to ensure that only credible people will represent the party in the 2023 general elections.
Addressing journalists in Ibadan on Sunday, the State Secretary of the party, Mogaji Sunday Igbinsola said all hands are on deck to ensure that Oyo State is represented at the National Assembly by people of impeccable characters.
“For instance, the people from Ibadan South East/North East Federal Constituency have been yawning for good representation that will translate to development in their areas since the completion of the tenure of Honourable Adebukola Abiola Ajaja, who represented the constituency between 2011-15 at the federal house of representatives, National Assembly.
Igbinsola stated further that all hands are on deck to restrategize and reposition the party in the state to maintain its position as the only party that put the interest of the masses first, with good vision
“The leadership of our party, from Honourable Ajaja, the state chairman, Hon. Muda Ogunsola, state executives and elders are working tirelessly to ensure that the party take up the responsibility of alleviating the suffering of the masses by providing smooth platform for people with impeccable characters to contest elections in 2023.
“This is the only way to bring the dividend of democracy to the masses. Moreso, politicians have failed the masses with their style of godfatherism, oppressions, lack of vision and direction, no blueprints or workable agendas. Their shortcomings have brought on us, economic hardship and insecurity,”
The Accord party through its leadership also mourned the sudden death of the party’s loyalist and member from Ibadan South East local government, Mr Adedapo Adesina Adeoye who passed away on 13th of July 2020.
Mogaji Igbinsola while sending a condolence message to the family of Late Adedapo Adeoye in Ibadan, also consoled Hon. Emmanuel Olanrewaju Adewumi (Ogefon) over the death of his dependable associate, late Adedapo Adeoye who worked assiduously in 2015 to secure the party ticket to Federal house of Representative for Ogefon.
“Definitely, Hon Olanrewaju Emmanuel (Ogefon) will no doubt feel the painful exit of late Adedapo Adeoye as Ogefon is relaunching his ambition to yield to the call of the people of Ibadan South East/North East Federal Constituency for a better representation at the National Assembly come 2023,” Igbinsola lamented.
“Let me also use the opportunity to appeal to the good people of the state not to relax in abiding by the precautionary measures and other useful instructions and information made available by the government to safe and prevent us against the attack of Covid19 pandemic. God Almighty will protect us all from the deadly virus in Nigeria, Oneness and Progress,” Mogaji Sunday Igbinsola prayed.