Okun politicians commend Senator Adeyemi for soliciting supports for re-election bid for Bello.

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THE political gladiators in Okun Nation have praised Senator Smart Adeyemi’s resilience to ensure a comfortable victory for Governor Yahaya Bello at the poll, come November 16th gubernatorial election in Kogi State.
In an APC’s program at Kabba, the Senatorial Headquarters of Kogi West, where Hon Kilani Olumoh, a Member representing Ijumu Constituency at the Kogi State House of Assembly’s victory at the Kogi State House Of Assembly Election Tribunal was being celebrated.
The gathering that hosted notable politicians across Okun Land, Hon Fehinti Dada, former executive Ijumu Local Government Chairman and Senior Special Assistant to governor Alhaji Yahaya Bello on Intra Party Matters Kogi West said, the progressive political gladiators in Okun nation commend the distinguished Sen Smart Adeyemi’s resilience in going round our people to seek support for Gov Yahaya Bello’s reelection bid.
“Politics is dynamic and only dynamic people play it to achieve results.The Okun people need to belong to the political mainstream of Kogi State and Nigeria.
“This is the message I believe Sen Adeyemi condescends to deliver.
However, it is unfortunate that people have become too fanatical about party politics that they always think it is a crime to reason together in the best interests of our people.
“Consultation and not confrontation is what we need to help us in Okun nation, now than ever before.Thank you Senator Smart for taking the lead sir,” he stated.
In a similar reaction, the Kogi State ALGON Chairman, Alhaji Taufiq Isa in an ecstatic mood appreciated Sen Smart Adeyemi for doing the right things in ensuring landslide winning at the poll come November 16th.
He said, it takes a courageous leader to deign his dignity for such move.
The gathering that parades arrays of personalities, ranging from former and presents national and state political office holders at Ilemowa Kabba.




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