BY DAYO JOHNSON
AKURE — THE Mimiko Campaign Organisation, MCO, yesterday said that the outcome of the governorship election in the state was the beginning of the liberation of the South-West region.
It also said the victory of the Labour Party, LP, had shown that the people of the state had decided that they would not serve any foreign god.
The Director General of the organisation, Mr. Akin Adaramola, said this in Akure at a valedictory press conference to wind up the campaign.
Adaramola declared that “the people of the state had spoken with one voice and rejected those that had the intention of capturing them.
The Director General who doubles as the Commissioner for Budget and Planning, however, expressed appreciation to the people for standing by Mimiko when it mattered most.
He said the victory had also revealed that the people appreciated the good work being done by the LP government in the past three years and eight months.
Adaramola added that the new mandate given to the governor would enable him initiate policies and programmes that would further improve the lives of the people of the state.
The Director of Campaign, Clement Faboyede, said the governor would break the second term jinx of non- performance.
According to Faboyede the people of the state would be better for it after the second term of the governor.