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Osun Guber Poll: OSF Canvases Support For Oyetola, APC



A sociopolitical group in Osun, Oyetola Strategic Forum (OSF), has canvassesd support for the candidature of Alhaji Gboyega Oyetola of the All Progressives Congress (APC), in the September 22, 2018 gubernatorial election in the state.

The group noted that Oyetola is the only candidate who can sustain the good legacy of Governor Aregbesola, saying he is the best man for the job.

Speaking shortly after the meeting of the forum on Thursday in Osogbo, its Chairman, Mr. Wale Olaniyi described Oyetola as a seasoned administrator, successful businessman and a complete gentleman by nature.

He further explained that Oyetola who is also the Chief of Staff to Governor Aregbesola would continue where his boss would stop having worked with him for over seven and half years, saying under Oyetola watch Osun will not be at a crossroad.

Decribing Oyetola as technocrat per excellence Olaniyi said, no any other candidate can compete with Oyetola interms of ideology and governance.

He said: “Gboyega Oyetola who is a technocrat par excellence cannot be compared with a candidate whose is currently batlling with certificate forgery, or a candidate whose a dismissed Judge deputising or a candidate with many cases like fraud and EFCC among other dangling in his neck among others”

He then urged the people of the State to come out enmass to vote for the candidate of the APC, Alhaji Gboyega Oyetola for the good works of the government to continue.

He however called on the people of the state to see ‘Oyetola Strategic Forum’ as a group they can join and rely on to better their future, saying that the group consist of the Friends, Family and well wishers of Alhaji Gboyega Oyetola and the forum is ready to do things differently for the betterment of all.

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