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Ekiti Primary Election: Ondo APC Congratulates Fayemi, Commends NWC For Transparency I The Precision

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The All Progressives Congress (APC) Ondo State chapter, congratulates
Dr. John Kayode Fayemi on his victory at the just concluded primary
elections of the Party in Ekiti State, which was conducted on May 12th,
2018. The Party also commended the Primary Election Committee headed by
the Governor of Nasarawa State, His Excellency, Tanko Al-Makura for its
transparency and fairness.

It is also noteworthy
to applaud, the professionalism displayed by the Nigerian Police Force,
Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps and other security agencies
present, especially the effort of the Nigerian Army, in maintaining law
and order. 


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This statement
is contained in a press release by the State Publicity Secretary of the
Party, Omo’ba Abayomi Adesanya, in Akure. 
Adesanya said, “it is
highly commendable and we are happy with the transparency and fairness
of the process of the governorship primary elections of our Party in
Ekiti State. The process and outcome was credible!”
The Party praised Fayemi’s co-contestants for their spirit of sportsmanship and attestation to the transparency of the poll.
“Observation reveals that Ekiti people are yarning for positive change and apparently unhappy with PDP and Fayose’s antics. 

Fayose has soiled and lower the public perception of Ekiti people,
therefore the people are desirous to permanently end his rule in the
state”. 

I therefore, appealed to all aspirants, chieftains and
Party members to be more united as one big family, for the Party to win
the forthcoming July 14th, 2018, governorship election in the State,
Adesanya said.
He also commends the APC National Working
Committee (NWC) for allowing internal democracy to thrive in the Party
and for organizing a free and fair primary in Ekiti.

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