Osun West Bye-election: Our victory, evidence of hard work and unity – PDP

The Senator Ahmed Makarfi led National Caretaker Committee of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Sunday on behalf of the entire Organs of the Party congratulated Ademola Adeleke on his victory at the just concluded Osun West Senatorial Bye Election which held on Saturday.

In a statement signed by its National Publicity Secretary, Prince Dayo Adeyeye, the party attributed the victory to the reawakening of Nigerians, noting that with emergence of Adeleke, the All Progressives Congress in the State has been rejected by the electorste.

” The victory of our Party, the PDP at the poll is a general reflection on the reawakening of Nigerians to the deceit of the All Progressive Congress (APC), led administration at all levels, hence, the overwhelming rejection of the APC by the electorates in Osun West.

” The people have spoken with one voice and we know that Ademola Adeleke will deliver on his promises to the people . The successful outcome of this election is an evidence of hard work, dedication and the unity of all members of the PDP in Osun state who buried temporary differences in the overall interest of the party and the good people of Osun state.

“We are confident that without the interference of the APC in the current leadership issues in our party, the PDP remains the party to beat in all elections in Nigeria. Even as we await the judgement of the Supreme Court, we urge all our members to unite in the interest of Nigerians to rid the country of the horrible APC government.

“Finally, we congratulate the people of Osun West for coming out enmass to vote for our candidate and for their peaceful conduct during the election,” the statement reads.


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