Members of the APC, in Osun West Senatorial District on Sunday disrupts the Osun APC meeting over the zoning of the party’s 2023 senatorial ticket to Iwo.

 

 

The leadership of the party in the district summoned a meeting of stakeholders, comprising the ten local government council areas which was attended by the incumbent senators, as well as those contesting for the ticket with their supporters.

 

 

The meeting which was held at the federal constituency office, Agbowo  Iwo, had barely started when crises erupted over the elders’ resolve to zone the ticket to Iwo.

 

 

 

According to Vanguard, In his opening remark, the party’s senatorial Chairman of the district, Hon. Oluremi Omolaoye informed the gathering that the Senatorial apex body has agreed to retain the Senatorial ticket in Iwo.

 

 

 

‘’To ensure that all political interest are properly  factored in, the Apex body of the Party on 23 of April 2022 unanimously resolved as follows: that the Senate seat of this District for the 2023 election is herein zoned to Iwo  Federal Constituency’’.

 

 

 

 

Following this announcement, supporters of other aspirants from other zones started shouting, ‘’Ikire, Ikire’’, ‘’Ejigbo, Ejigbo’’ during which the meeting became chaotic and members started charging towards the high table.

 

 

Sensing the danger the leadership quickly ended the meeting and bolted out of the venue to avoid an attack.

 

 

 

 

Some of the party Chieftains at the gathering include Hon. Yunusa Amobi, Hon. Ayo Omidiran, Hon. Patricia Eteh, Professor  Mojeed Alabi, and Professor Ladipo among others.

 

 

 

 

Osun-  West APC Senatorial Ticket:  Pandemonium Erupts over Zoning Candidate to Iwo

 

Members of the APC, in Osun West Senatorial District on Sunday disrupts the Osun APC meeting over the zoning of the party’s 2023 senatorial ticket to Iwo.

 

 

The leadership of the party in the district summoned a meeting of stakeholders, comprising the ten local government council areas which was attended by the incumbent senators, as well as those contesting for the ticket with their supporters.

 

 

The meeting which was held at the federal constituency office, Agbowo  Iwo, had barely started when crises erupted over the elders’ resolve to zone the ticket to Iwo.

 

 

 

According to Vanguard, In his opening remark, the party’s senatorial Chairman of the district, Hon. Oluremi Omolaoye informed the gathering that the Senatorial apex body has agreed to retain the Senatorial ticket in Iwo.

 

 

 

‘’To ensure that all political interests are properly  factored in, the Apex body of the Party on 23 of April 2022 unanimously resolved as follows: that the Senate seat of this District for the 2023 election is herein zoned to Iwo  Federal Constituency’’.

 

 

 

 

Following this announcement, supporters of other aspirants from other zones started shouting, ‘’Ikire, Ikire’’, ‘’Ejigbo, Ejigbo’’ during which the meeting became chaotic and members started charging toward the high table.

 

 

Sensing the danger the leadership quickly ended the meeting and bolted out of the venue to avoid an attack.

 

 

 

 

Some of the party Chieftains at the gathering include Hon. Yunusa Amobi, Hon. Ayo Omidiran, Hon. Patricia Eteh, Professor  Mojeed Alabi, and Professor Ladipo among others.

 

 

 

 

 

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