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2019 General Elections

Let’s Restrategise for 2023 – Southwest APC Urges Oyo Chapter

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The Southwest Zone of All Progressives Congress
(APC) has urged members in Oyo State to
restrategise towards winning the next general elections.

In a statement by its Zonal Secretary, Mr. Ayo Afolabi, the party hailed the efforts of party
leaders and members in the just concluded election.

It urged them to shake off the party’s loss in the state and work harder to reposition it for the next general elections.

It also congratulated elected candidates on its
platform in the just concluded National Assembly,
governorship and state assembly elections across
Southwest states.

Afolabi expressed deep gratitude to the party’s
supporters in the region, particularly those who
voted to ensure the electoral victory of its successful candidates and promised a renewed
commitment to the party’s manifestoes.

“We congratulate President Muhammadu Buhari and Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, Governors-elect
Babajide Sanwo-Olu and Dapo Abiodun of Lagos
and Ogun states respectively, all the elected
National Assembly and state legislators.

“While also encouraging our people in Oyo State
not to lose heart because of the temporary loss,
we wish to call on all our party supporters
throughout the Southwest to unite and reposition the party for effective governance and increased
trust of the populace,” the statement said.

“It is crucial that each state chapter support one another and that we operate as a unit in the
region, for the sake of the generality of our people, who desired good governance that only our party can deliver,” the statement read.

Credit: The Nation

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