By Deborah Oladejo, Osogbo
Leaders and members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Osogbo/Olorunda, Irepodun, Orolu Federal Constituency of Osun State on Wednesday reaffirmed their support for the re-election of Governor Gboyega Oyetola in the 2022 governorship election.
They made this known in an endorsement programme organised for the governror in Osogbo, stressing that they have absolute confidence in Oyetola’s style of administration.
The Chairman of the Federal Constituency, Mrs Titi Laoye-Ponle, who read the communique on the endorsement, said the people of the constituency appreciated the numerous projects the governror had embarked upon since assumption of office.
The communique read partly: “From the inception of this administration three years ago, Gov. oyetola had left no one in doubt that he is a purposeful leader with the magic touch to lead the people of Osun to the promised land.
“That ward and local executives of the party, as well as other stakeholders from the four local government areas that make up the federal constituency, actually endorsed the second term of Gov. Oyetola, in writing.
“We are confident that he will do more, if given our mandate. It is this exemplary discharge of duty that endeared us to believe that he has scored 100% of our expectations”.
Earlier in his remarks, the Caretaker Chairman of the party in the state, Mr Gboyega Famodun, urged the party leaders and members to work for the victory of the governror in 2022.
Famodun, who commended the people of the constituency for endorsing the governor, said it was a known fact that the constituency had the highest votes capacity in the state.
Also speaking, Sen. Ajibola Bashiru, representing Osun Central Senatorial District at the Senate, said the leaders of the party would ensure victory for the governor come 2022.
Bashiru, who is the Senate spokesperson, said the governor had done well to be endorsed for the second term.
He urged leaders of the party to continue to support the governor, adding that APC is waxing stronger in the country.
Bashiru, who noted that the party has 77 members out of 109 at the Senate, said by next week the number will increase to 88.