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EKITI APC to ELECT NASS CANDIDATES BY INDIRECT PRIMARIES

EKITI APC to ELECT NASS CANDIDATES BY INDIRECT PRIMARIES

The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ekiti State will elect its National Assembly candidates through indirect primaries.

The party’s Publicity Secretary, Mr. Ade Ajayi, who disclosed this to our reporter on Monday, said the fate of the Senatorial and House of Representatives candidates will be determined by the delegates.

Ajayi disclosed that Senate primaries will be held on Tuesday, October 2, in the three senatorial districts while House of Representatives primaries will follow on Wednesday, October 3, in the six federal constituencies.

The House of Assembly primaries, according to him, will hold on Friday, October 5 in the twenty six state constituencies.

Senator Ayo Arise, Senator Olubunmi Adetunmbi, Dr. Olusegun Osinkolu and Sir Kayode Otitoju are slugging it out for the senatorial ticket in Ekiti North.

It will be a straight fight between incumbent Senator Fatimat Raji Rasaki and former House of Representatives member, Hon. Opeyemi Bamidele in Ekiti Central, while Prince Dayo Adeyeye has emerged as consensus candidate in Ekiti South.

Meanwhile, the Ekiti APC has inaugurated the chairmen of its sixteen local government chapters with a charge to ensure victory in all the forthcoming elections.

The state APC Chairman, Mr. Paul Omotoso, who performed the inauguration at the party secretariat in Ado-Ekiti, said the party must maintain its winning streak which started with the governorship poll in the fast approaching general elections.

The APC chair charged them to be disciplined, law abiding and obedient to the party’s constitution in the discharge of their duties as party bosses in the grassroots.

Omotoso also urged them to be committed, dedicated and loyal to the governor-elect, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, and other leaders of the party.

He stressed the need for the party chairmen in the 16 LGs to embark on aggressive membership drive and mobilisation of members ahead of the Presidential and National Assembly elections.

Omotoso further advised them to be attending meetings regularly and update their members on happenings in the party.

The inaugurated APC LG chairmen are Clement Ojo (Ekiti East), Idowu Isaac (Ise/Orun), Olabode Oladipo (Ilejemeje), Oluwole Bolarinwa (Emure), Matthew Oni (Ikole), Tokunbo Akinyeye (Gbonyin), Olajide Felix (Ekiti Southwest) and Michael Akinleye (Ado).

The rest are Olu Aladeloye (Ekiti West), Kayode Oyebode (Ikere), Opeyemi Ogundele (Irepodun/Ifelodun), James Awe (Ijero), Oluwafemi Adeyeye (Moba), Adewumi Aina (Ido/Osi) and Olumide Adeyanju (Oye).

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