Our Party Candidates Remain The Best In The Race – BUKOY Gives Final Address To Electorates

Honourable Bukola Oyewo, candidate of the All Progressives Congress for Osogbo Federal Constituency has admonished the electorates in Irepodun, Olorunda, Osogbo and Orolu local governments to vote for all the candidates of the APC in tomorrow’s elections.

Oyewo in a statement issued by his media aide, Akeem Olanipekun on Thursday in Osogbo expressed optimism about the actions of the electorates in the zone.

He added that his movements round the four local governments in the zone to sell his manifestos has shown people how prepared he is and what his missions at the green chambers are.

“As we conclude the campaign today (Thursday), it is crystal clear that our party is people’s choice. The people of Irepodun/Olorunda/Orolu/Osogbo federal constituency will tomorrow make the affirmation of this”, the statement reads.

“The warm welcome we received from every community we visited was huge and an epiphany of our acceptance by these electorates.

“Selling our manifestos to them was easy as our party’s achievements at all levels are already speaking volume for us. We spoke with records and people understood and easily made connection with our achievements”.

“I urge you all to look out for the APC logo (broom) in the three ballot papers to be given to you and thumb print in the box provided in front of it. By doing this you’ve successfully buy a brighter future for our nation and taken our constituency to the next level of greatness”

“Please follow the process diligently and don’t hesitate to call for help in you encounter challenge to avoid voided votes”. He said.

Bukoy added that his mission at the National Assembly will be to give better representation to the people and be their voice. He added that his agenda remain unparalleled and implementation will commence at soon as he is sworn in.

He also urged the electorates to be peaceful and avoid violence that could lead to disruption of the process.

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