Bridget Oluwasegun, Ikire
The chairman Irewole North-East Local council development area, Honourable Adeboye Opeyemi on Tuesday led All Progressives Congress ,APC door to door campaign team to villages around Wasinmi Ikire.
The campaign team led by Honourable Adeboye Opeyemi in company of political leaders covered Ilari, Odesilo, Oniledu and other villages within the Irewole North-East LCDA.
Speaking, Adeboye who appealled to the people of the villages to vote for APC assured them of continuos dividend of democracy.
He advised them to change their voting pattern of the last two elections by voting for President Muhammadu Buhari and all other APC candidates in the February 16 and March 2 elections.
According to Adeboye, “Voting for APC candidates will afford you bragging rights to see that your communities enjoy dividends of democracy”.
He assured them that his government will soon start massive grading of roads across the local council development area and that they should not be influenced by monetary value the opposition might be offering them.
The villagers expressed their gratitude to the Chairman for deeming it fit to come to their villages just as they assured him of their renew commitment to the APC course by voting for President Muhammad Buhari and all other APC candidates.
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