Osun 2022: Governor Oyetola Urges Electorates Not To Sell Their Votes

by Opeyemi Alimi
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Governor of Osun State, Alhaji Adegboyega Oyetola has called on the people of the state not sell their votes in the July 16 governorship poll, urging them to vote him because he’s a tested and trusted hand.

Mr Oyetola said this, on Tuesday, while addressing teeming All Progressives Congress (APC) supporters in Atakumosa-West and East local government areas, saying selling of votes amounted to mortgaging the future of their children.

The governor implored those that are yet to collect their PVC to do so from tomorrow because it is not proper for any member of the party not to have one, urging them not be deceived and vote for him in the forthcoming election.

In his words:

“In the forthcoming election please vote for APC. If you have not collected your PVC ensure you do so from tomorrow, it is not proper for members of our party not to have PVC. Don’t let them deceive you.

He stressed that the opposition party do not have anything to offer people of the state and advised them not sell their votes because selling of votes is the same as selling of their future.

“The opposition parties don’t have anything to offer you. Don’t sell your vote, doing so amount to selling your future,” he added.

Earlier in his address, the Director-General, Governor Oyetola campaign council, Senator Ajibola Basiru enjoined members of the party to embark on a house to house campaign ahead of the July 16 poll.

“Oyetola is so experienced and knowledgeable to govern this state. Let all the party members in the state start going from house to house to campaign for the Governor’s re-election.

Senator Bashiru stressed that the forthcoming Osun state gubernatorial election is for the state development. He reiterated that Governor Oyetola’s administration for the past three years, has executed several infrastructural developments such as school feeding, recruitment of teachers, provision of loans for small businesses, payment of full salary, gratuity and pension. He is paying N500 millions arrears to workers and pensioners.

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