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Ogun APC Chieftain Congratulates Sanusi, Adedoyin, Others On Emergence As Party Leaders

                                • Tola


| The Daily Crucible | Published Monday, October 18, 2021


A chieftaincy of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ogun State, Hon. Tola Olutayo, has hailed the successful conduct of the APC State Congress, saying it has deepened the spirit of internal democracy within the party and positioned her better to remain the party to beat.  

Olutayo popularly addressed as H. T. O - BELGIUM,  also congratulated the newly re - elected and elect of Ogun State APC Exco ably led by Chief Yemi Sanusi and Ogun East Senatorial Chairman, Dr.  Adekoya. Adeleke  Adedoyin, the State Treasurer,  Hon.  Tade  Kashimawo and Princess Toyin  Jekami; State Ex officio officer Ogun East and the entire Executive members on their success and emergence as party leaders. 

The party chieftain who is also a board member of the Ogun State Agricultural and Multipurpose Credit Agency (OSAMCA), lauded governor Dapo  Abiodun for leading the party to a successful congress and governing the Gateway State with God fearing mind and politics of inclusiveness as well as even development of the State. 

Olutayo  expressed the confidence that the Ogun State APC executive officers under the watch of Chief Sanusi would lead the party on the right path for the next four years, galvanise members for greater unity and position them for greater heights in 2023.

He decried a situation where a some people, including serving national lawmakers, gathered in Ake palace arcade ground on Saturday to engage in what he described as anti - party activities, saying it was unnecessary and a negation of spirit of sportsmanship and democratic ethos. 

He, therefore, appealed to those involved in the alleged anti - party and divisive activities to have a "rethink," urging them to engage in what enobles and unites, and not what divides a political family.



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