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|APC Loses 1,500 People To PDP by john124(m): 4:07pm On Feb 28, 2015|
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APC loses 1,500 members to PDP in Ondo
February 28, 2015
No fewer than 1,500 members of the All Progressives Congress (APC), in Odigbo Local Government Area of Ondo State, on Friday defected to the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), in Ore, the headquarters of the council area.
The leaders of the defectors, Mrs. Bolanle Taofik, Mr. Abiye Adefisayo, Mr. Akeem Alli Akinsulere and their followers were received into the PDP by the State chairman of the party, Engr Clement Faboyede, at the party’s campaign rally held in Ore.
Speaking at the rally, the state governor and southwest coordinator of the Jonathan/Sambo Campaign Organisation, Dr Olusegun Mimiko, stressed the need for the people to vote enmasse for President Goodluck Jonathan and other candidates of the party because of the commitment of the Jonathan administration to infrastructural development of the area.
He cited the Ore/Benin Highway that has been re-constructed by the administration and the on-going rehabilitation of Ore/ Sagamu axis of the road, saying that the development would boost commercial activities and ease transportation in the area.
Dr Mimiko, who described President Jonathan as a credible candidate with sincere desire to transform the socio-economic landscape of the country through his transform agenda, noted that a vote for Jonathan signifies a bright future for the country.
While congratulating the defectors for the wise decision taken in their best interest and that of the state, Dr Mimiko charged them to continue to propagate the gospel of Jonathan and work assiduously for his re-election.
Governor Mimiko had earlier paid a courtesy call on the traditional rulers in the area, headed by the Ajobu of Araromi Obu, Oba Aderemi Adelola, where the monarch on behalf of his colleagues prayed for the victory of the party in the general election.
|Re: APC Loses 1,500 People To PDP by kelvine(m): 4:11pm On Feb 28, 2015|
Personally, the first reason I chose to support GEJ is because of the ongoing rehabilitation of Ore-Shagamu road.
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|Re: APC Loses 1,500 People To PDP by Nobody: 4:16pm On Feb 28, 2015|
kelvine:he is doing dat becuz of election
|Re: APC Loses 1,500 People To PDP by kelvine(m): 4:24pm On Feb 28, 2015|
You may be right,as much as that is so it is reducing travel inconveniences for me.
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|Re: APC Loses 1,500 People To PDP by MyMouth(m): 4:44pm On Feb 28, 2015|
Who did the counting?
|Re: APC Loses 1,500 People To PDP by Jakpon: 4:45pm On Feb 28, 2015|
|Re: APC Loses 1,500 People To PDP by Jakpon: 4:46pm On Feb 28, 2015|
|Re: APC Loses 1,500 People To PDP by Nobody: 4:55pm On Feb 28, 2015|
Another set of confusionists.....
It's time to March4Buhari!
|Re: APC Loses 1,500 People To PDP by HzRF(m): 5:03pm On Feb 28, 2015|
Some pple go type it was rigged by the time SW results is out
Den dey will knw propaganda no dey win election
|Re: APC Loses 1,500 People To PDP by Splashme: 5:13pm On Feb 28, 2015|
For me, it's the implimentation of the [size=30pt]National Conference Report[/size]
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|Re: APC Loses 1,500 People To PDP by Niwdog(m): 5:16pm On Feb 28, 2015|
Yorubas can't be decieved.
I bet you 80%
Nairaland (yoruba)apc that are supporting buhari will turn around and vote for pDp on 28th
|Re: APC Loses 1,500 People To PDP by kodded(m): 5:26pm On Feb 28, 2015|
The result is not out but apc is already sinking
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