Kogi West APC Rally: Massive Turnout, An Indication Of Victory Secured For Ododo/Joel – Adebanji
A former Governorship aspirant under the ruling All Progressives Congress in the last Kogi State Governorship primary election, HE, Adebanji David Jimoh said Kogi West Senatorial district is already secured for Alhaji Ahmed Usman Ododo and the APC ahead the forthcoming Governorship election in Kogi State.
Speaking with newsmen on the sideline at the official flag off of APC Kogi West campaign rally in Kabba over the weekend, HE, Adebanji David Jimoh enjoined the good people of Kogi West not to relent in their vigorous campaign strategies for the victory of the All Progressives Congress candidate at the forthcoming November 11 Kogi state Governorship election.
“As you can see things yourselves, the mammoth crowd is an indication that the people of Kogi West appreciate Governor Yahaha Bello for his numerous achievements in office and the establishment of Kogi state university, Kabba by the people’s Governor.
“Let me tell you, the people of Kogi West have spoken. This large turn out is an indication that there is no way for opposition parties in the Senatorial district. I tell you, by the special grace of God the Almighty, the opposition parties are dead and buried in our Senatorial district.
HE, Adebanji David Jimoh who is also the Patron of Okun United For Ododo, an organisation established for the actualisation and victory of Alhaji Ahmed Usman Ododo during the Kogi West rally distributed Souvenirs like Posters, Branded T-Shirts and Face-Cap to the mammoth crowd to support the APC.
The seasoned banker noted that the victory of Ododo will usher in rapid and superlative developments across the nooks and crannies of Kogi state.
He thanked the Adebanji David Jimoh Support Group For Ododo/Joel ’23 project and the people of Kogi West Senatorial district for keeping faith in the APC and appealed to them to sustain their strong committment towards the victory of the APC Governorship candidate for the overall development of Kogi state.