Home News Oyo 2019: Ayandele Commends Ajimobi’s Giant Strides, Wants APC To Conduct Primaries

Oyo 2019: Ayandele Commends Ajimobi’s Giant Strides, Wants APC To Conduct Primaries


The performance of the All Progressives Congress, APC, and governor of the state, Sen. Abiola Ajimobi in the last seven years required electoral compensation from electorate to whoever the party fields in 2019.

A governorship aspirant on the platform of the in Oyo State, Dr. Olusola Ayandele, has said.

Google search engine

Google search engine

According to the entrepreneur cum politician, who spoke after addressing hundreds of elders and party supporters as part of his wide consultation in Oke-ogun 1 and igboora in Ibarapa areas of the state, the performance of Ajimobi in the areas of infrastructure, health, education, and human development deserve commendation.

Ayandele urged the leadership of the party to conduct a free, fair and credible primaries at all levels so as to ensure the party comes out victorious in the forthcoming 2019 general elections.

The governorship hopeful, who expressed optimism optimism about his chances of clinching the APC ticket, assured that he would continue the good legacies of Ajimobi beginning from May 29 next year. 

He, therefore, urged major stakeholders in the electoral processes in the state to create a level playing field for all candidates whether the party adopted direct or indirect primaries.

He lauded the national chairman of the party, Adams Oshiohmole on his efforts to reposition the party for sucess ahead of 2019 general election. 

Earlier, Ayandele had promised to tap into the potentials in agriculture in the zones to create jobs and boost the internally generated revenue of the state if given the opportunity.

Responding, a party leader in Ibarapa axis of the state, Pa. Michael Jolaoso who described Ayandele as ‘very humble,’ solicited support for his aspiration.

Previous articleFrom Plumbing To DIL ‘Pure Water’: Story Of Nigeria’s First Sachet Water Producer
Next article#FreshFM: Gramsci’s Handshake Oyo Refused | Festus Adedayo


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here