The campaign train of the All Progressives party across the sixteen wards within Ado-Odo/Ota local government on Thursday, started with massive turn out of supporters in Ado-Odo 1 and Ere/Ishoki wards cheering the candidates to victory.
The Director General of Dapo Abiodun/ Noimot Salako campaign organization, Hon. Segun Ojolowo, while speaking with VOA News correspondent said the campaign tour of the sixteen wards across the local government was necessary in order to intimate their party members as well as sympathizers of APC the need to support the continuation of President Muhammad Buhari led administration. Moreso, for electorates in Ogun State to vote Prince Dapo Abiodun as the next Governor of Ogun State, including all the party’s candidates in the forthcoming elections.
Hon. Ojolowo said the campaign train, which kick started in Ado-Odo ward 1 and Ere/Ishoki ward will last for days with two wards being visited in a day.
Hon. Kazeem Salako, former House of Representatives member in the local government, in a chat with VOA news correspondent expressed confidence in the choice of their candidates. He said the electorates still have faith in the government of President Buhari and that their Gubernatorial candidate, Prince Dapo Abiodun is a man to beat because of his proven track records in his private business.
The House of Representatives member seeking return to the green chamber, Hon. Jimoh Ojugbele canvassed the people of Ado-Odo and Ishoki/Ere to trust him with their votes once more and he would not disappoint them if reelected.
Hon. JKA Odetogun called on Ado-Odo and Ishoki/Ere not to vote an unpopular party in the coming election. He promised that if elected as the next House of Assembly member, he would ensure effective representation.
VOA News deduced from the campaign rally that electorates still believes in All Progressives Party as crowds trooped out in large numbers across towns, villages, highway to cheer their candidates to victory. They however, asked the candidates to ensure that they get their permanent voter’s cards as most of them have tried to no avail.