Tegbe Begins Campaign With Church Service, Seeks Greater Involvement In Politics

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    The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate for Oyo South Senatorial District, Chief Joseph Olasunkanmi Tegbe, has urged Nigerians to be
    more active in politics and show greater interest in selection of leaders.

    Tegbe stated this during the flag-off of his campaign activities at First Baptist Church, Igboora on Sunday.

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    According to him, it is expedient for Nigerians to get involved in politics, both at the state and national levels, as it is the best way to get the country back on track.

    He promised to use his position as senator to facilitate projects that would have direct bearing on the lives of the people to his senatorial district, if elected during the forthcoming general elections.

    Tegbe, whose campaign flag-off followed the inauguration of the PDP campaign at state level by Governor Seyi Makinde, was accompanied by
    members of his campaign team and some religious leaders.

    The PDP senatorial candidate, who expressed happiness with the opportunity given to him to begin his campaign activities from God’s presence, also thanked members of the congregation for the warm reception given to him.

    “I just saw this Church while returning from the inauguration of state PDP campaign by Governor Seyi Makinde yesterday (Saturday) and I decided that I must worship here today,” he said.

    Tegbe, while soliciting for the support of the Church and the Christian community in the state for all PDP candidates, including the governor, in the forthcoming general elections, made a handsome donation toward the development of the church.

    In his message, the Presiding Pastor of the church, Rev. O.B. Oloyede, expressed appreciation to Tegbe for identifying with the church and the body of Christ in general.

    He prayed fervently for Tegbe’s success in the forthcoming general elections, expressing confidence that he would give quality representation, if elected into the Senate.

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