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2019: Accord Party promises Babayemi 22,000 votes, endorses ADP candidate for West Senatorial

Niyi Akande, Osogbo.

The leadership of the Accord Party in Osun state has pledged support for Omooba Dotun Babayemi, the Osun West Senatorial candidate of the Action Democratic Party (ADP) in the February election.

The party leadership led all stakeholders in its fold, including West Senatorial leaders to Babayemi's residence and pledged their support, thereby making him the preferred choice of the Accord Party members for the February 16, 2019 poll in the area.

The high-level delegation that visited Babayemi was led by the Accord Party state chairman, Alhaji Abdulganiyu Opawuyi and supported by the West Senatorial Leader, Alhaji Raheem Ayoola Fatai, as well as, local government chairmen across the West Senatorial District. 

Accord State chairman, Alhaji Abdulganiyu Opawuyi, while addressing the gathering, said the endorsement became necessary to declare the stand of the party early enough without ambiguity. 

He also posited that Accord Party is for the people and had carried out a detailed survey and research on the candidates of all parties for the Senate seat in the West, saying the result it got, was that only Omooba Dotun Babayemi was capable of delivering the dividends of quality representation to the people of the area.

He finally declared that Accord Party will deliver at least 22,000 votes to Omooba's election.

Other party leaders also re‎iterated the endorsement and promised massive mobilization and votes for Babayemi’s election into the upper chambers of the National Assembly come February 16.

Responding, Omooba Dotun Babayemi,  expressed gratitude to the Accord Party on behalf of himself, the campaign and the entire Action Democratic Party (ADP) and promised to represent the people and interest of Osun West at the National Assembly with unrivaled devotion and indefatigable commitment. 

The other members of the Accord Party delegation as well as the Action Democratic Party ‎elders and members in attendance were elated and rededicated themselves to the election of ODB.

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