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Oshodi/Isolo LG APC Congratulates, Otunba Kehinde Oloyede, over victory

The All Progressives Congress Oshodi/Isolo local government has congratulated Otunba Kehinde Oloyede on his victory at Saturday’s primary election of the party.

The party chairman, Alhaji Olamide Kasali, his Deputy, Saheed Animashaun who is now Acting as Chairman of the party, other executive members and party leaders congratulated Oloyede for coming out victorious in the keenly contested election.

The party described Oloyede’s victory in the peacefully conducted election as well deserved and urged other contestants to team up with him in taking the party to a more victorious level.

The Acting Chairman also congratulated members of the party for conducting themselves orderly and peacefully before, during and after the primary election.

“We congratulate Otunba Kehinde Oloyede and all the councillors for emerging victorious in Saturday primary election of the party. Your victories is the wish of the people, the mandate has been given to you, do not let the people and party down.

We also congratulate and commend the electorate for taking their time to come out en masse and vote for candidates of their choice during the elections, without you, the election wouldn’t have been successful.”

Animashaun also congratulated all councillors who won the ticket on Saturday to carry the flag of the party in the coming elections.

Speaking on behalf of the party, Animashaun said all aggrieved contestants should sheath their swords and come to work hand in hand with Otunba Oloyede for a resounding victory in the coming local government elections.

Animashaun said all warring factions will be reunited as a reconciliation committee will be set up in a couple of days.

“We will ensure that all aggrieved members of the party are united because the APC is one big united family. We will do this through setting up of reconciliation committee, this will be done in a couple of days from now.”

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