Ondo 2024: Okeigbo APC Stakeholders Back Aiyedatiwa

By: Jimmysayo Adebiyi

In anticipation of the upcoming governorship primary election of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ondo State, leaders of the party in Okeigbo Community of Ile-oluji/Oke Igbo local government have thrown their support behind Governor Lucky Orimisan Aiyedatiwa’s candidacy to secure the party’s ticket and continue as Governor of the State beyond February 2025.

The endorsement took place during the APC Party stakeholders meeting, where Mr. Wole Oyemakinde from Okeigbo Ward 2 initiated the motion for endorsement, seconded by Mr. Bayo Mayokun.

Members of Okeigbo APC expressed unanimous support for Governor Aiyedatiwa as their candidate for the forthcoming primary in April and the gubernatorial election in November 2024.

Various party officials, leaders, and stakeholders of APC in the community gathered at the Oluoke palace hall on Sunday, March 17, 2024, to publicly endorse Hon. Lucky Aiyedatiwa as their candidate for the 2024 primary election.

Political leaders, including Hon. Shina Fadamitan and Chief Mrs. Rebecca Adeoyin, hailed Governor Aiyedatiwa’s leadership qualities and his contributions to the development of Ondo State. They urged the people of Okeigbo to rally behind him and support his endorsement.

Chief Nathaniel Taiwo Fapohunda, the party leader in Okeigbo, expressed confidence in Governor Aiyedatiwa’s visionary leadership and called for widespread support for his candidacy for another term in office.

Following the meeting, all stakeholders unanimously endorsed the candidature of Hon. Lucky Aiyedatiwa, declaring Okeigbo’s support for him in the upcoming elections.

Prominent leaders present at the meeting included Chief N. T. Fapohunda, Hon. Shina Fadamitan, Chief Mrs. Taye Adeoyin, Hon. Adejare Adeyefa, Dr. Ade Omololu, Pastor Sunday Ige, Dr. Bolu Adeboye, Mrs. Bernice Adetunlese, Elder Olaniran Fiola, Mr. Martins Akinniyi, Mr. Bisi Osedayo, Mr. Charles Adedeji, Mrs. Nike Ogunjimi, among others.

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