My Long Walk to Victory, Act of God, Says Akinremi Jagaban



By Yakubu Temitope

Prince Musiliudeen Olaide Akinremi (Jagaban), the House of Representatives lawmaker-elect for Ibadan North federal constituency in Oyo state has described his victory as an act of God that ‘His covenant will not go unfulfilled’.
Akinremi Jagaban who recalled that the excruciating poverty and dearth of quality representation in the House of Representatives, made him to hearken the call to serve his people, especially the downtrodden masses of Ibadan North, thanked the state governor, Senator Abiola Ajimobi, the party leaders in Ibadan North and indeed all the voters for supporting his aspiration.
The Liberian, American and Canadian-based millionaire businessman who was declared winner of the Saturday’s election in the area, thus emerged as the only candidate of the APC to win in Ibadan metropolis where the opposition Peoples Democratic Party tsunami consumed the aspiration of other party’s candidates.
Akinremi Jagaban was declared elected and returned by the Returning Officer, Prof. Mukaila Olujide.
Reacting to his electoral victory, Akinremi Jagaban appreciated the good people of Ibadan North Federal Constituency, marketers, students, transporters, landlords, private and public sector workers, and all the Baales, Mogajis, the Hausa communities and other tribes in the area for their unflinching support.
Akinremi promised to deliver on quality bills, motions and empowerment opportunities in the form of job opportunities for the school leavers, the youths and women folk including the downtrodden masses.
He said all his covenants for the people of Ibadan North as their representative to the National Assembly shall be fulfilled.
Akinremi Jagaban called for the cooperation, prayers and moral support of his people for him to deliver all the electioneering promises for the greater good of Ibadan North and Ibadanland in general.


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