Hon. Adeleye Ogunwole has supported Atiku Abubakar, Engr. Seyi Makinde and other PDP candidates with billboards and banners.
Naijanewshub.com.ng reports that an aspirant from Ibadan South East Local Government for the Oyo State House of Assembly seat, Hon. Adeleye Ogunwole, has produced banners to support People’s Democratic Party candidates in all 12 wards of the council.
The candidates are: Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, President; Engr. Oluseyi Makinde, Governor; Mogaji Olasunkanmi Tegbe, Senate, Oyo South Senatorial District; Hon. Abass Adigun Agboworin, Federal Representative, Ibadan South East/North East Federal Constituency; Hon. Modiu Alabamusa- Member, Oyo State House of Assembly, Ibadan South East Constituency 1; and Hon. Olayinka Omikunle, Member, Oyo State House of Assembly, Ibadan South East Constituency II.
Ogunwole, who contested the seat in the last primaries, revealed that he embarked on the project to show solidarity with contestants who would fly the party’s flag at the 2023 general elections.
According to him, “Though I’m not a candidate yet, it is imperative to support my political family for the sake of my people who yearn for good governance and dividends of democracy. Everyone who had been elected to represent our party is tested, trusted and deserves to be entrusted with service to our people.
“Governor Seyi Makinde has made our collective testimonial easier to amplify due to his achievements and style of governance, which is a model to his counterparts across the 36 states of the federation.”
Ogunwole maintained that the party has the support of residents of the state who want continuity, adding that only PDP can deliver on the promises of better living for all.
He therefore enjoined party supporters and all residents in the local government and the state at large to come out en masse during the elections and vote for the People’s Democratic Party which is the only party ready to solve the myriad of critical problems facing the nation.
Meanwhile, the professional banker has promised to donate units of Public Address System to the remaining eleven wards in the council after acquiring one for his ward, Ward 08, late last year.