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Use Your Vote to Put End to Present Hardship – Osun PDP Tells Electorates

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By Yetunde Oladejo, Osogbo
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Osun State has called on the people of the state to use their vote to put an end to the hardship in the state.
This was contained in the new year message issued by the chairman of the party in the  state, Hon. Olasoji Adagunodo, and made available to newsmen in Osogbo.
Adagunodo said, “The people of Osun have to rise and take their destiny in their hands by voting out the APC in the coming elections.
“The hardship in the last three and half years is unacceptable and must not be extended.
“I want to use this new year message to call on the good people of Osun to reject an extension of the hardship in the state by voting the APC out and bringing the PDP in during the forthcoming general elections in 2019.
“The people of Osun knew progress and prosperity while the PDP ruled the state, they have tasted poverty through the APC and this failure and hardship must be stopped from February 2019,” He added.
“While wishing the people of the state a promising and fulfilling new year, he assured them that “we can only move forward by rejecting those who brought this self-inflicted hardship on us.”
He however called on the people of the state to intensify their support for the PDP assuring them that they will soon begin to reap genuine dividends of democracy.
Adgunodo said, “for 2019 to be prosperous, new leadership must emerge to chart a new course for the nation in general and our state in particular.
“Its only an unwise man that keeps doing a thing the same way but expects a different result, it is time to do things differently and get better results.”
The party chairman therefore prayed for  peaceful and credible elections in the state and, “encouraged the people of the state to ensure that their votes count.”

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