The All Progressives Congress (APC in Osun has congratulated the Ekiti state Governor-elect, Dr. John Kayode Fayemi on his victory in the Saturday, July 14 gubernatorial election in the state.
This contained in a congratulatory message issued and released by the Director of Publicity, Research and Strategy, Kunle Oyatomi and made available to the pressmen on Sunday.
In the release, Oyatomi maintained that the victory of the APC in Ekiti election was a clear indication of the popularity of their party and a proof that the party was loved by the entire Nigerians.
Commending the people of Ekiti for keeping the election process peaceful before, during and after the electioneering process and for not allowed themselves to be bought by vote mongers.
Osun APC then urged party leaders, members and all the stakeholders to come together, cooperate and support the Fayemi- led APC government to ensure unprecedented developmental projects in all nooks and crannies of the state.
The governor- elect has therefore, been urged to put behind all acrimonious act that may have arisen from the electioneering process, and reach out to all well- meaning leaders and stakeholders in the state and beyond so that the party, APC will be stronger, more popular for them to win convincingly in all forthcoming elections.
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