APC Victory: Expect more infrastructure development – Oyebanji reassures Ekiti residents 

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Ekiti Governor Biodun Oyebanji has asked the people of the state to look forward to further infrastructure development.

The governor also urged everyone to join the Progressive Congress (APC)-led administration in the country, saying the move would further boost infrastructure development across the country.

Governor Oyebanji spoke at his office in Ado-Ekiti yesterday after APC supporters, transport unions, and many groups came to congratulate him on the victory of APC presidential candidate Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

Among the various groups and associations that came to congratulate the governor were, among others, associations of drivers, tricycle drivers and Okada, craftsmen, members of the APC as well as women’s groups.

Oyebanji, who thanked the people for what he described as their support in conducting the presidential election, said the APC’s victory signified the beginning of good things in the party.  Speaking more about Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s victory in the polls, Governor Ekiti urged the people to be patient and loyal to the party and promised that the President-elect would keep all his campaign promises. nominate.

“I congratulate you on your victory, the president-elect has promised to help Ekiti State, especially the youth, I urge you to continue to support and pray for him and be proud. heroic in victory and celebration.

“I would also like to remind you that with the elections for the state House of Representatives in ten days, I have urged you to vote for the APC and ensure its victory when it comes to exercise.”

To those who were wronged in the last primaries, the governor urged them to work for the success of the party, assuring them that the APC under his leadership in the state would continue to fight and ensure guarantee the success of the party in ‘Bang.

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He revealed that his administration had ended plans to create a special ministry for women in the state, ostensibly to take care of their welfare.

Regarding the other candidates, the governor said that each of them has the right to make his or her choice once the winner is declared, but urged them to work with the president-elect to lead the country to an enviable position.

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