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Ifedayo Adedipe Visits Barr Olumuyiwa Adu Ahead of February 25 Poll

By Dupson Collins, 7th January, 2023

Ahead of the February 25 Election, the People’s Democratic Party Candidate for Ondo Central Senatorial District, Bashorun Ifedayo Adedipe has paid a courtesy visit to one of the party stalwart in Akure, Barr Olumuyiwa Adu.

The surprise visit to the private residence of Adu in Alagbaka Akure was to further cement cordial relationship with the retired military officer turned politician.

Barrister Adu whose political structure is very strong in Akure South and North is a true party man despite the foul play in the primaries that produced the current candidate of the party in Akure South and North Federal Constituency.

Bashorun Adedipe SAN, who needs the support of every player in the six local governments of the Ondo Central Senatorial District want genuine reconciliation which culminated the visit.

Adedipe was accompanied to Adu house by the Akure South Local Government Former Caretaker Chairman, Eng. Adebowale Afolabi, the current Party’s Chairman of Akure South Local Government, Hon. Busuyi Oladimeji, the Party’s Local Government Secretary, Mr. Sunday Ogedengbe and Mr. Gbenga Adedipe among others.

Bashorun Ifedayo Adedipe SAN, stated that intra party reconciliation, is a process of maintaining the structural unity of the party, by blending the different views, that may have come up in the past, within the ranks of party members.

Bashorun Adedipe SAN appealed to all, to work for the success of the party across board, come next month, to rescue Nigeria and bequeath a working nation, to the incoming generation.

Barrister Olumuyiwa Adu in his welcome remarks, appreciated the laudable move of Bashorun Ifedayo Adedipe SAN, as an elder and a candidate of the party.

He described his mission in politics as a God ordained project, to better the lives of the people who are in need of help, promising to support all the party’s candidates.

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