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IPAC Chairman Cautions Politicians Ahead Of 2022/2023 Elections


By Richard Thomas, Ibadan

Politicians have been charged to abide by the rules of the game and shun politics of bitterness and calumny capable of bringing the nation’s democracy into ruin and disrepute.

The charge was given by the Osun State Chairman of Inter-Party Advisory Council (IPAC), Comrade Wale Adebayo while speaking on issues and activities of the body vis-a-vis the Continuous  Voters Registration (CVR) exercise and efforts of the body to ensure the electorate collect their  Permanent Voters Card (PVC) ahead of elections coming up in some parts of the country and Osun State.

Adebayo said it is imperative that the electorate observe the Continuous Voters Registration (CVR) Exercise and also collect their PVC to enable them vote their choice candidate into office in the next elections.

He urged politicians not to see politics as a do or die affair but an exercise or game to improve and contribute meaningfully to the development of the nation.

He noted that the country had suffered setbacks since the return to democratic rule in May 1999.

Speaking on the activities of IPAC under his leadership in Osun State, Adebayo said the body has held series of press conferences to encourage eligible voters above the age of eighteen to observe the  CVR exercise and get theirPVC, adding that IPAC has taken the campaign to the various local governments in the state.

He said though there has not been cordial working relationship between his office and that of the Resident Electoral Commissioner the state, he has continued to intensify efforts to see that the exercise achieve its set goals and objectives.

The IPAC boss also used the occasion to admonish the governor of the state, Alhaji Gboyega Oyetola to fulfill his promises to the people  who voted  him into office, noting that the masses are seriously waxing in abject hunger and hardship.

According to him, in three years, the governor has not conducted local government election in the state, an action he said  may have hindered  development of the people in the rural areas and at the grassroots generally.

He described the development as injustice to the people.

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