APC Primary: Ododo praises members and stakeholders for a high turnout in Ondo

Apr 22, 2024 | 2023 Elections | 0 comments

Governor Usman Ododo of Kogi and the chairman of the Ondo State All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship primary election committee commended the large turnout of stakeholders and members during the exercise.

Ododo gave the commendation on Saturday in Akure while receiving reports from members of the APC Governorship Primary Election committee, security agencies, and other stakeholders who monitored the election’s conduct in the state.

“I have received reports from our committee members, security agencies, and NGOs that monitored the election, including video footage.

“And I can say that the process has been transparent and we are going to produce a candidate that will unify the APC ahead of the November 2024 governorship election in the state,” he said.

Responding to questions on the delay in the arrival of materials in some wards and local government areas, the committee chairman expressed certainty that the delay had no adverse effect on the conduct of the primary election.

He also assured that concerns raised about the revalidated membership list would not significantly impact the outcome of the primary election.

Ododo stressed that the committee was well-guided by the APC guidelines for the nomination of candidates for general elections and relevant provisions of the Electoral Act 2022.

He advised the aspirants and their supporters to see the primary election as a contest among brothers and sisters in one family.

According to him, all the aspirants should seek to make the party formidable and support the candidate of the party in the November 2024 Governorship election in Ondo State.

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