2023: Adetimehin charges women group on victory

Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ondo State, Engr. Ade Adetimehin, has charged women leaders on victory during the coming general elections.

Speaking when he received leaders of market women from the local government areas across the state, the party chieftain urged the women to commence mass mobilization for 2023. The group was led by the Iyaloja-General in the State, Chief (Mrs) Olufunke Adu.

Adetimehin described women as undisputable agents for success during campaigns and elections.

He expressed appreciation to the Adu-led group on it’s consistent and unwavering support to the party over the years, and appealed for more efforts to ensure APC wins roundly during the general elections.

He counseled that it would be in the interest of all for the party to remain in power beyond 2023, adding, “It is more difficult to build or bounce back from defeat.”

He further suggested that prayers should be consistently offered to the state chapter and it’s leadership before, during and after 2023 general elections.

“I want to hand over the party to the Iyalojas in their various units and wards for better delivery of votes during the elections,” he said.

Adetimehin assured the group that the “party will continue to reciprocate your commitment and selfless contributions to this party”.

Earlier, the Iyaloja-General, Chief (Mrs.) Olufunke Adu, called for a better appreciation from various stakeholders at local government levels.

She explained that the group crave the direction of the party ahead of electioneering campaigns for 2023.

Chief Adu assured the group would work assiduously to enhance the chances of the ruling party during the general elections.

Ayodele Oladimeji,
Asst. State Publicity Secretary, Ondo APC

Published by WonderLady

Journalist, Educationist, Writer, Human Rights Advocate

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