Fayose tasks Ekiti indigenes in Ondo over polls

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AKURE—AHEAD of the June 21 governorship election in Ekiti State, the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, governorship candidate, Mr Ayodele Fayose, weekend asked the indigenes of the state living in Ondo State to transfer their voters’ cards to their respective local governments to make them eligble to vote.

*Ayo Fayose

*Ayo Fayose

Fayose also presented his running mate in the election, Dr Ayodele Ojo, to the people of Ekiti living in Ondo State

Addressing Ekiti indigenes living in Ondo State, Fayose said the best way for the people to express their love for him is to cast their votes for him after the transfer.

Among personalities that attended the parley include the former deputy governors of the state, Dr. Sikiru Tae Lawal, Mrs Abiodun Olujimi, his campaign Director General, Dipo Anisulowo and the party leaders in Ondo State

Immpressed by the crowd, Fayose said “If only the people at the capacity filled hall could transfer their voters’ cards to Ekiti, he would win the election.

The candidate allayed the fear of rigging the election noting that; “Since the election is an isolated one, the security on ground on the day of the election would make every vote count.”

He assured the people of Ekiti living anywhere in the country of good governance once he is voted into office.


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