An aspirant to the Federal House of Representatives from Ifo/Ewekoro Federal Constituency, Ogun State under the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), Hon. Jide Fadairo has congratulated the winner of the party primary, which held last week, Hon. ibrahim Ayokunle Isiaka.
In a telephone call to Hon. Isiaka, Jide Fadairo pledged to fully support his campaign so that the APC will be successful at all levels in the forthcoming general elections.
Fadairo described Ayokunle Isiaka as a round peg in a round hole, adding that he would be a worthy ambassador of the constituency in the next four years.
While thanking his supporters and chieftains of the party for their support in his bid to be the candidate of the party, Fadairo said that it is now time to work and ensure victory for the party since only one person could be chosen as candidate.
“My brother, I do not doubt that you have what it takes, so let’s join forces to continue to bring back good deeds to our great people of Ifo/Ewekoro Federal Constituency.
“It’s a well deserved victory for you and I believe that you will do us proud after winning the election, which comes up next year.
“The support of my team for you is unconditional and we will do all within our power to ensure that you emerge victorious at the polls.
“Victory for you is victory for all of us and we will not relent in our efforts to ensure that our party, the APC wins all the elections in Ogun State,” he said.
Fadairo used the opportunity to call on the people of Ogun State to vote for Governor Dapo Abiodun of the state for second term, saying that he has no doubt that the Governor would continue to do his best for the development of the state.
“Our Governor is a man of the people and he would not take your support for granted.
“Governor Dapo Abiodun will continue to move the state forward and he needs a second term to consolidate on his programmes in his first term in office.
“A vote for Governor Abiodun is a vote for progress, development, and repositioning of the Gateway State among the comity of states in the country,” he said.