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Ekiti’s Experience Won’t Happen In Osun- Aregbesola

Governor Rauf Aregbesola of Osun state, has expressed confidence in the outcome of the forthcoming governorship elections in the state saying that he was a product of the people of Osun State and that “they will still return me for a second term in office to continue our administration’s good work.”
Speaking with newsmen in Osogbo over the weekend,  The All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship candidate in the forthcoming governorship elections, who was exuding confidence, informed that, “the people, who produced me to serve them will not desert me on Saturday, August 9,” adding: “They elected me to do what I am doing now and will want me to continue.”
Speaking further, the governor, in retrospective, took a critical look at his performance over three years in office and declared authoritatively that, “there is no household in this community that our programmes have not affected positively.”
Citing an example, the governor mentioned free feeding of primary schoolpupils, saying “it is one of our
programmes that do not discriminate, whether you are Muslim, Christian, pagan, APC, PDP and SDP to mention but just a few.”
He reminded that his administration had a periodic programme tagged “walk for life,” saying, it was one of the avenue for a servant to test his acceptability and popularity amongst the people.
Aregbesola explained that a lot of people partook in the exercise, with the sole aim to interact with their governor. He added that the way they trooped out to be with their elected governor was an indication that they still loved him and would continue to love him.
Against this backdrop, Aregbesola said he never dreamt that what happened in Ekiti State on June 21 would ever happen in Osun State, exuding confidence that, “by the grace of God, we will win and win well.”

[Daily Times]


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