NEWS: Ondo Stakeholders Pledges Their Support For Buhari

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By Dickson Blessing, March 2, 2015
A group of political leaders acting under the umbrella of Ondo state stakeholders forum had unanimously pledged their support for the APC presidential candidate Gen. Muhammadu Buhari(Rtd).
  
This took place in a meeting held on Saturday 28 February in Akure, leaders from the 18 local government expressed the need to change the government of Nigeria from the hands of the People Democratic Party (PDP).
They argued that corruption has so much been perpetrated by PDP government and they working hard to make sure APC presidential candidate comes out victorious.
A former commissioner of finance in Ondo Mr Ojo stressed that the General elections was close and all members of the forum needs to reach out to their ward to sensitize the people on the need to embrace change.
He also disclosed that the birth of the forum was not to bring about chaos of any form but to boost the efforts of Buhari and his running mate, Prof. Yemi Osibanjo.
“We are here to ensure the successful emergence of General Muhammadu Buhari as the next president of our dear country,” he said.  “We must compliment their effort by reaching out to people at the ward levels, to come out en masse and vote for Buhari, who can only make the needed change we want at this critical time before things worsen.
A former Speaker of the Ondo State House of Assembly, Ayo Agbomuserin, noted that the meeting was a second in a series and he said:
“Our duty is to go home there, work and tell people the reason why they should embrace ‘change’ by voting Buhari as the next president in the coming election.
“Let us see, hear and feel your impact that you are truly working for the success of the APC presidential candidate in your various wards, streets and local government areas”, he added
Former House of Assembly member, Tayo Abidakun, (aka Jaja) who represented Akure South Constituency II affirmed that victory would surely come to APC.
Gani Dauda, a former ally of Governor Olusegun Mimiko and social media activist, the APC has already won the election if its members would sacrifice the remaining few weeks to the poll for aggressive campaigns and sensitization.
The forum promised to continue to meet till the election.