By: Ade Adeleke
A member of the House of Representatives from Akure South/Akure south federal constituency, Hon Adedayo Omolafe has called for calm and peaceful electoral process towards the October 10 governorship election.
The lawmaker popularly known as “Expensive”, also sought people’s support and votes for the PDP governorship candidate, Eyitayo Jegede.
In a press statement signed by him and a copy made available to SUNSHINETRUTH in Akure, Omolafe said the people are resolute and resolved to elect Jegede to bring good governance back to the state.
Read full text of press statement below;
ONDO 2020: OMOLAFE CALLS FOR PEACE, DRUMS FOR SUPPORT FOR EYITAYO
The time has come again in the history and development course of our prestigious town and state where the good sons and daughters come out to make another democratically inspired choice regarding who will steer the helms of their affairs for the next four years.
I strongly believe in the firm resolve of all the good people of the Akure town to demand and clamour for good governance which is the only factor that can herald development and growth of the state in general. And this can only be achieved and attained by supporting our dear son, Eyitayo Jegede. SAN of the People’s Democractic Party in his quest to take the State to a new heights of glory which the state has never witnessed before.
However in our quest to supporting our son of the soil who is ever ready to take the bull by the horn, we must ensure that we go about this in a very simple and amiable manner. Let us say no to all forms of Pre-Election violence or Post-Election Conflict.
We have been known to be peace keepers and advocate, this we must sustained. Taking a clue from the recent victory of the Party in Edo state; we must ensure that we sustain democracy peacefully. We must build on the success recorded in Edo State. I humbly enjoin everyone of us to stay true to our Identity as peace lovers and supporters of good governance by voting Eyitayo Jegede SAN.
God Bless the Sunshine State
Akure North/South Federal Constituency