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Osun 2022: I’m In Full Support Of Gov Oyetola For Second Term–Senate Spokesman



The National Assembly spokesman, Senator Ajibola Bashiru has reiterated his support for the re-election of Governor of Osun, Gboyega Oyetola in the 2022 governorship election.

Basiru said that the Governor had done well to be supported for second term.

Speaking on Monday at his senatorial office in Osogbo, the Senator representing Osun Central senatorial district, Ajibola argued that with his relationship with Governor Gboyega Oyetola he would ensure that the Governor secure the ticket for the second term.

He said: “I’m fully with APC in the state as well as the entire Osun central senatorial district to represent them in the National Assembly.

He emphasised that Osun central senatorial district has benefitted immensely from Governor Gboyega Oyetola,s administration therefore he must be supported as well.

Ajibola challenged anyone that may want to challenge Governor Gboyega Oyetola in the contest should come over during primary election.

He said “I have my own Aspirant who is Governor Gboyega Oyetola and he would succeed during the primary “.

Speaking on the proliferation and illegal possession of firearms across the country , the National Assembly spokesman said the bill would soon see the light of the day.

Basiru noted when asked “what is the position of the bill at the upper chamber “stressed that there is no delay in the passage of the bill that is seeking to address the problem and the violent crimes.

He opined that the bill is currently at the committee stage saying that when eventually passed it will definitely go along way in curbing criminal activities and security problems in the country.

Senator Ajibola who is the Chairman Senate Committee on Media and publicity said in a matter of weeks the bill will actually see the light of the day.

According to him ” I am in full support of the bill and if passed it will assist the country to reduce and possibly put a stop to criminal activities in the country “.

It would be recalled that the National Assembly is currently considering the bill, seeking to address illegal arms proliferation.

Also there have been serious concerns over the influx of firearms across the country due to the country’s porous borders.

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