South West APC plans victory in Osun governorship election
The Southwest zone of the All Progressives Congress (APC) said it has mapped out strategies to ensure victory in next month’s governorship election in Osun State. The party also called on all aggrieved aspirants to explore internal mechanism to resolve their grievances, and all its chairmen in the six states of the zone to join hands with the party’s candidate, Gboyega Oyetola, to win the election.
The zonal caucus of the party, after its meeting in Ibadan, yesterday, chaired by the National Vice Chairman, Pastor Bankole Oluwajana, thanked Ekiti electorate for voting Dr. Kayode Fayemi and ending traces of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the region. A press statement signed by the Zonal Secretary, Ayo Afolabi, said: “As far as the Southwest Caucus of the APC is concerned, we have a candidate for the election in Osun and we all have to rally round him to win the election.”
The caucus, therefore, call on all party members to close ranks to ensure victory at the polls and for campaigns to start earnestly and for all stakeholders throughout the region to be given access to play diverse roles.It appealed to aggrieved members to give room for internal reconciliations in accordance with party guidelines and ethos.
“Continuous effort should be made to reach out to those who were dissatisfied with the primaries in Osun to retrace their steps, sheath their swords and work for the victory of our candidate,” the statement said.
The caucus also vowed to speaks with one ‘political’ voice by resolving all internal acrimonies in each of the states within the zone. “Problems in Oyo and some other states were reviewed and the caucus agreed to work with the respective state chapters to ensure all grievances are addressed and resolved, expressing its readiness to work with the National Working Committee (NWC) to steer the party on the path of progress. It, therefore, calls for measures to prevent, as much as practically possible, further defections from the party.
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