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APC To Citizens: Vote APC On Saturday For Continuation Of Good Governance

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The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Osun state has urged Citizens of the state to take the coming election into the state house of Assembly very seriously.

The APC gave the plea in a statement signed by Director of Publicity Research and Strategy, Barr. Kunle Oyatomi and made available to newsmen in Osogbo, on Wednesday.

The statement read in parts, “It is absolutely important that the party’s members, friends and supporters turn out massively on Saturday to vote and secure a comfortable working majority for the APC at the State’s House of Assembly.

“Everyone who loves this state of Osun and has its interest at heart, and who cares about its progress should make it a point of duty to vote for our party (APC), because in this state no party ever in the history of Osun has brought as much progress as the APC.

“It will therefore be a unspeakable tragedy, if the APC governor is made to have a hostile House that will make governance rather impossible.

“As things stand in the country today, good governance will not be served if a progressive government is saddled with a hostile House with a majority of negative opposition politicians.

“This makes it even more imperative for APC sympathizers to come out enmasse on Saturday to secure comfortable working majority for the party.

“Once again, we emphasize that aparthy will be counter productive for any serious stakeholder in Osun not to come out and vote, not just to secure continuity but to protect development and progress.

“To vote APC on Saturday is to save the future for generations unborn, but also to make Osun better tomorrow than it is today”.

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