RE-ISSUED RED CARD TO GOVERNOR OYETOLA
Following the publication of the list of Osun governorship candidates for the July 16th election, the governorship candidate of the People’s Democratic Party(PDP) Senator Ademola Jackson Nurudeen Adeleke has again extended an olive branch to all co-contestants in the primary, urging unity for victory in July.
In a statement issued on Friday and signed by the Director of Media and Strategy, Mallam Olaale Rasheed, Senator Adeleke noted that the publication of the list of candidates is the final stage of the struggle for the party’s ticket, calling on all aspirants within the party to join hands with him as mobilization commences for the State election.
Senator Adeleke who charged Osun Voters on the new era of government’s responsiveness, compassion, and care said it is time for us as a party to join hands to face the APC to secure a landslide victory in July.
‘’We have disagreed among ourselves. Now is the time for us to forgive and forget. E are not enemies;e are brothers. In brotherhood, e shall contest and win. So I call on our elders, leaders and fellow aspirants to strengthen and expand this winning train’’, he affirmed.
While assuring party members across the state of his determination to lead the party to victory, Senator Adeleke repeated his earlier red card to Governor Gboyega Oyetola, adding ‘’the game is up for the usurper in the Abere Government House.
‘’Our people are ready to vote and elect me as Governor because they know me, they have my record as a Senator, they know I am pro-people, they know my agenda is for them. Osun people know I will return government to the people, away from the anti-people interest that exploits and pauperize them’’, the statement noted.
He once again commended the National and State leaders of the party for their dogged support for truth, justice, and fairness, pledging to remain loyal to the people, party, and the nation when elected governor of the State.
Mallam Olawale Rasheed,
Director, Media, and Strategy,
Osun PDP Governorship Campaign