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Ajibola Bashiru’s victory Is a Testament Of His Progressive Value – Engr Olalekan Badmus

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An Osogbo born politician and businessman, Engr. Olalekan Badmus has felicitated with the winner of the just-concluded Osun Central senatorial election, Barr Ajibola Basiru and the good people of the district for making right decision.

Badmus, who is the convener of Omo Oloore Movement(OM) that cut across Osogbo/ Irepodun/Orolu federal constituency lauded his followers for investing their best to ensure Dr Ajibola and other APC candidates in that zone coast to victory.

In the congratulatory message made available by his media aide, Toba Adedeji, in Osogbo on Monday, he described Dr Ajibola’s victory as masses victory.

He posited that his values and structure of the party, All Progressives Congress earned him the victory in the senatorial seat contest and this is a pointer to the progressive values in Dr Ajibola.

“Let me state that I have followed your political career closely for some moment and was excited — not surprised that you won the seat. You have always impressed me with your clear vision and ability to get the job done against the most formidable opposition.

” With great sense of sacrifice, humility, persistent and diligent spirit you served as the Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice in the State of Osun during the tenure of Former governor, Rauf Aregbesola.

” You polled 132,821 against PDP candidate who polled 106,779 which amounted to about 26,000 winning votes.

You have shown them the way of progressive and register your presence in the political field that you a true gladiator against all odd.”

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