Oyebanji Visits Osun APC Gov’ship Candidate, Pledge Support




A gubernatorial aspirant on the platform of All Progressives Congress (APC), Oludayo Julius Oyebanji has thrown his weight behind the candidature of Alhaji Gboyega Oyetola of the party.

Oyebanji said the Chief of Staff was chosen by God at the recently held primary election and that the candidate has exceptional track records to succeed Governor Rauf Aregbesola at the September 22 governorship poll in Osun state.

The APC aspirant made this known during his visit to Oyetola in the candidate’s Iragbiji home.

While congratulating Oyetola on his victory at the primary election, Oyebanji observed that the governor has transformed the state to be one of the fastest growing economy in the nation.


He expressed confidence that Oyetola would continue from where Aregbesola stopped after being voted by Osun people.

Addressing the APC candidate, Oyebanji said “your success is the success of our party and ultimately the success of all the good people of Osun.

“We need not only to protect our party but continue the advancement of the good work that Ogbeni has been doing in the last eight years. It is on Ogbeni’s transformation agenda Of making Osun the fastest growing economy in the world I stand.

“Having worked directly under you for about three and half years, I appreciate that you have a clear vision and convinced that the hope of Osun people will be alive under your leadership.

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“It is on this note that I hereby wish to express my unalloyed loyalty to you, we pledge our support for the campaign process of your becoming the next governor of Osun on 27th Mover 2018.

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Reacting, Oyetola appreciated Oyebanji’s support assuring him that his government would continue from where governor Aregbesola stopped.

He explained that all ongoing developmental projects would be completed while new ones would be initiated for the development of the state.




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