PDP governor will bring succor to Ondo people – Party

Ondo State

The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in Ondo State vowed on Thursday that it “shall once again bring succour to the people by electing a PDP Governor at the November 16, 2024 Gubernatorial elections.”

The vow was made by the party’s leaders in Ondo South Senatorial District of the state who also resolved to work towards ensuring that the district produces the next elected governor of the state.

A communique issued at the end of a stakeholders’ meeting on Thursday in Okitipupa, which was signed by Hon. Adeolu Akinseye, said: “The people of Ondo State have endured the pains and hardship inflicted on them by the rudderless and inhuman All Progressives Congress (APC) government for nearly seven years.

“We, stakeholders of Ondo South PDP comprising State Executive Committee members from the South, past political office holders and Local Government Executive Committee members, resolved as follows, that:

“The PDP Ondo State shall once again bring succour to the people by electing a PDP Governor at the November 16, 2024 Gubernatorial elections.

“We shall work with other critical stakeholders in the state to ensure that, Ondo South produces the next elected Governor of Ondo State.

“Ondo South shall present ONLY one credible and acceptable candidate to contest the next year’s election.

“All grievances and bitterness of the past shall become history as the party reenacts its winning streak.

“Together, the Sun will shine again in Ondo State.”

In attendance among other leaders were Dr Eddy Olafeso, Senator Boluwaji Kunlere, Senator Nicholas Tofowomo, Hon. Kolade Akinjo, Bashorun Tola Alabere, and Amos Fadope.

Others included Hon Kennedy Ikantu Peretei, Mrs Esther Ebiwonjumi, Lady Lydia Olafunmiloye, Chief Oyedele Ibini, Aare Nasir Akinromade, Hon. Niyi Adebusuyi, Hon.(Chief) Folagbade Gbemibade, and Afolabi Orukotan.

There were also Chief Oladodun Akinwumi, Barr Festus Dabo, Engr. T.O Ilesanmi, Johnson Olu Egbodofo,
Engr. Raphael Ademulegun, and
Pastor Ladi Ometehinse.

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