The Ekiti State Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Get together, (PDP) Hon Bisi Kolawole, has despatched a congratulatory message to the Edo State Governor-elect, Godwin
Obaseki on his victory on the 20th September 2020 ballot.
The Get together Chairman in a letter he personally signed and addressed to Governor Obaseki additionally congratulated the PDP construction in Edo State and praised the dedication and the collective efforts of the folks of the State for defending their votes.
The PDP chieftain famous that the folks courageously resisted the so-called “Federal may”, made their electoral selection and stood by what they consider will give them the dividends of democracy.
The copy of letter which was made obtainable to journalists through the occasion’s Publicity Secretary, Raphael Adeyanju in Ado Ekiti, on Tuesday, learn:
“As we draw the curtain on the Edo State election, and are all set for the subsequent one in Ondo State, I name on all stakeholders to borrow a leaf from the actions earlier than the final election and pray for victory on the subsequent polls. I’m assured that the wave of victory is blowing and it’ll even be our portion in Ekiti State gubernatorial election, come 2022.”
Kolawole known as on all occasion trustworthy to affix palms with the brand new govt to start large grassroot mobilization in direction of 2022 elections in Ekiti State.
“We now have all seen what occurred in Edo State, how the need of the folks prevailed over the large forces of oppression. The scenario in Ekiti State is just not totally different. The folks listed below are additionally clamouring for a change.
Kolawole maintained that the event in Edo State had damaged the parable of federal may to indicate that political energy truly resides with the electorates who can decide who governs them.
“We all know that the ruling occasion will at all times try to impose their unpopular candidates on the folks like they tried in Edo State, however with dedication and collective effort we will additionally defeat the forces of oppression ” , Kolawole stated.