LG Polls: Vote APC, vote Adedayo, Ajalorun urges subjects, others

The Ajalorun of Ijebu Ife, in Ijebu East Local Government Area of Ogun State, Oba Adesesan Oguntayo, has urged his subjects and other electorate in the council area to vote for the ruling All Progressives Congress and its chairmanship candidate, Hon. Wale Adedayo during the forthcoming local government polls in the state.

The influential monarch, who spoke during a reception to mark his 25th coronation, said Adedayo, who is a son of the soil possess the necessary sterling qualities to stir the ship of the council to greater height.

While restating the facts that he remains a father to all his subjects, irrespective of political leanings, Oba Oguntayo said: “the truth remains that Wale Adedayo always live and interact with the grassroots and will definitely know where the shoe pinches them in preparation to solving their challenges.”

The Ajalorun, who expressed satisfaction at the emergence of Adedayo, added that his track records of always giving back to the community from the little God has bestowed on him will see him through the electoral challenges.

“Yes, there was rancour in the build up to the party primary on who becomes the APC chairmanship candidate. But we are grateful to God, as well as our amiable Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun, that all misunderstandings among the aspirants and other gladiators have now been resolved in favour of Wale Adedayo, since it is the turn of Ijebu Ife to produce the next chairman of the council.

“I appeal to us all to cast our votes for him as the next chairman of Ijebu East local Government. I assure you and I am handing him over to you, Honourable Commissioner for Local Government, Hon. Afolabi Afuape, that Wale will be useful for the party and he will be useful for the government.”the traditional ruler said.

He commended Governor Dapo Abiodun’s achievements so far in office saying, “the governor is doing well to our people and anyone he presents to us for council chairmanship should be voted for at the next election”.

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