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Osun Governorship Election: Group Canvases Support For Omisore



A sociopolitical group in Osun, Omisore Ambassadors, has canvassed support for the candidature of Senator Iyiola Omisore of the Social Democratic Party (SDP), in the September 22, 2018 gubernatorial election in the state.

The group in a press statement issued and signed by its National Coordinator, Comrade Engr. Kazeem Afolabi, a copy which was made available to CityMirrorNews in Osogbo, enjoined electorates to rally round the aspiration of Senator Iyiola Omisore.

The group said the only way for the poeple of Osun to librate themselves was for them to come out en masses and vote Senator Omisore, saying he meant well for the people of the state.

According to the group, “Omisore having served as the deputy governor of the state, a fellow of Nigerian Society of Engineers and two-term senator with versed experience as the Senate chairman of Finance and Appropriation committees, he would deliver the state from shackle of financial mess through his financial re-engineering, public governance knowledge if elected and

“Omisore has deep knowledge of governance and would transform the state economically if elected.

“The candidate of Social Democratic Party(SDP) if elected will use his intellectual prowess in safeguarding the abysmal situation of payment of workers wages in the state as his experienced will speak for him.

” We at Omisore Ambassador believed strongly in the abilities of our principal, Senator Iyiola Omisore, we believe in his capabilities to take osun to greater level it deserves, that is why we are urging the electorates in Osun state to support his aspiration and make lives bearable, comfortable and dignifyng in our dear state” . The group added.

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