The Governorship aspirant of APC Chief Olusola Oke has sent a goodwill message to APC delegates in Ondo state as they set to elect the standard bearer of APC for the 2020 gubernatorial election coming later this year in Ondo state.
Oke, in a goodwill message to the delegates from Rotimi Ogunleye, Director of Media Olusola Oke Campaign Organisation, Oke assured the people of Ondo state that he is confident of victory in the primary election.
“Dear Delegates and Patriots in Ondo project, I come to you with all sense of commitment to the ideals that democracy extol.
“I know, in over three years, you have been abandoned, used and also dumped. I am aware of your desire to birth a new order for our party and Ondo state. I am convinced by your resolve to change the negative narrative. Your determination is the political tonic that has energised me on the journey to victory”
“We are resolute and determined to follow the just course that you all stand for. I shall, in my capacity provide leadership and required support that will make us win the primary election”
“I am certain that if the primary election is conducted in a free and fair atmosphere, with your support and determination to oust the present, unsatisfactory era. I will be victorious.
” In the last 24 hours, we have been inundated with stories that must not be heard of men of honour. I only hope that the allegation that ballot papers have been thumb printed and that election results are already prepared even when the primary is not conducted yet, remains a rumour”
“We shall subject ourselves to lawful order, constitution of the party and due process as contained in the guidelines of the primary election but fight every iota of fraud, injustice and criminality of any sort if the process is violated with brazen criminality and executive lawlessness”
Oke wishes the delegate the best as they set out to begin a chapter of new story for Ondo APC.
He called on the electoral committee to desist from any pressure that is meant to perpetrated injustice. He charged them to be men of honour and dignity when history of the primary election is mentioned.