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Osun Guber: Osun First Lady, Oyetola’s Wife Urges Market Women To Vote For Continuity



The First lady of Osun State, Mrs Sherifat Aregbesola and the wife of the All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate for the September 22 Osun governorship election, Mrs Kafayat Oyetola have urged Market women in the State to vote for Gboyega Oyetola in order to consolidate the achievements of the party in the past 8 years.

Mrs Aregbesola and Oyetola’s wife said the only way to continue the good works of Aregbesola in the state was to vote for the candidate of APC, who would continue from where Aregbesola stopped.

While canvassing votes for Gboyega Oyetola in some markets in Osun, Aregbesola’s Wife assured the market women that the governor would fulfill all his electoral promises to women if elected.

They went to major markets in Apomu, Ikire, Ikoyi, among others in Osun West federal constituency.

Addressing women at Apomu, Ikire, and Ikoyi markets, Mrs Sherifat Aregbesola said market women who constitute the majority among the electorates in the state, should cast their votes for APC in Saturday’s governorship election.

She recalled the love her husband, Governor Rauf Aregbesola, had for women, promising that Oyetola would show them more, if elected.

Recalling that the APC gubernatorial candidate had promised to ensure women participation in his government, Mrs Aregbesola urged the market women to support him and ensure his victory in the coming election.

In the same vein, the federal lawmaker representing the constituency, Hon. Ayo Omidiran, hinted that the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, had extended collection of Permanent Voters Cards (PVCs) to Wednesday.

While leading the governor’s wife to major markets in the state, the lawmaker urged those who have not collected their PVCs to go to INEC office before 5pm on wednesday to do so.

Omidiran also assured the women that the APC candidate, if elected, would not neglect market women and traders in the state and would fulfill his electoral promises to them.

She noted that Oyetola would promote small scale businesses and entrepreneurs.

The market women, in their response, assured mrs Aregbesola and mrs Oyetola that they would vote for Alhaji Gboyega Oyetola in the interest of cintinuity.

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