The All Progressives Congress (APC) National Chairman, Chief John Odigie-Oyegun, vowed to take forthcoming elections more seriously so Ekiti State can be delivered, he referred to Ayo Fayose as an abusive governor who lacks decorum
He applauded the APC committee for Ekiti governorship primary, for a job well done at the submission of the report by the Governor of Nasarawa State, Tanko Al-Makura.
Chief John, went ahead to commend the guber aspirants for their keen display of the spirit of sportsmanship, he also mentioned that the disruption the party encountered while carrying out the primaries was what enabled them to recreate a much more conducive one,. He hailed the committees, aspirants and the delegates at the primary declaring them worthy of gold medals
He noted that the party leaders were already working to seal their victory recorded at primary level, he stressed “We are working to ensure that the victory you have started is carried through come July 14, this year at the governorship election.’’
“APC is taking the forthcoming Ekiti governorship election seriously to redeem the state from a very abusive government. The Ekiti state present governor is very abusive and lacked decorum,” Oyegun said.
The Nasarawa state governor speaking after the submission of the committee’s report to the national leadership of the party, credited the success of the electoral exercise to the high rate of political maturity demonstrated by aspirants, delegates and party members , not hesitating to mention that the level of cooperation, enthusiasm, and commitment displayed was the most vital factor in the success of the exercise, he added that
“More than anything else, it is the conduct of the delegates at the primary; they were very matured and orderly.”
He said that despite the rainfall, the delegates carried themselves in a very matured manner and even commended themselves after the announcement of the results, urging the party’s leadership to use the platform of solidarity exhibited at the primary to ensure coercion among its member in the state.
Al-makura, however, blamed the disrupted May 5 primary on the activities of hoodlums whom he claimed took advantage of security lapses to course crisis.
He commended members of his committee for being up and doing, and also thanked the party’s leadership for the opportunity to serve.