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ODHA 2023: Hon. Ologede Kolawole Joins Race

By Collins Dupson, 21st March, 2022

In the biuld up to the forthcoming Ondo State House of Assembly election, a former Counselor in Akure North Local Government, Hon Ologede Kolawole has joined the race to represent Akure North in the hallow chamber.

Hon Ologede was a counsellor between 2007-2009, setting records as one of the formidable politicians to have occupied the seat at the local government legislative arm.

Ologede, a member of the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) in the state is a tested politician with intimidating credentials that well position him as the best to represent the good people of Akure North State Constituency.

Tagging his campaign slogan a ‘New Dawn 2023’ has signified his readiness to change the old narratives about governance, with the determination to bring dividend of democracy to the door step of every resident and indigenes of Akure North Constituency.

Ologede who has contributed his best quota to the party at both the local and state levels said his aspiration was anchored on the needs to give quality representation, makes laws that are people oriented and defending the right of the people of his constituency at all times.

He commended the giant strides of the governor Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu SAN in the last five years of progressive governance in Ondo State, saluting his courage and boldness in tackling insecurity in the state.

Meanwhile, Ologede has begun consultation with the leaders of the party in the constituency, noting that, their support and blessings to his aspiration is very paramount.

Ologede enjoined every members of APC to be a loyal party man and support the leadership of Engr Ade Adwtimehin whose tenure has coast APC to victories since assumption in office as the party’s chairman.

While soliciting for support of party members and general public, he asked them to vote and queue behind aspirant with good background and experience, promising to provide quality representation and empowerment programmes for the constituent.

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