Osun PWDs endorse Governor Oyetola for send term


Laraba MUREY

Ahead of the Saturday gubernatorial polls in Osun, the State Chapter of Persons with Disabilities, PWDs, has endorsed the incumbent governor of Osun State and candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Gboyega Oyetola for a second term in office.

The All Progressives Congress, APC National Leader PWDs, Tolu Bankole in a Statement on Thursday said the endorsement of Gov. Oyetola came after extensive deliberations among the various PWDs clusters and was unanimous due to empowerment opportunities that has enhanced their wellbeing.

Bankole stated the Governor has earned the admiration and trust of the PWDs community due to his people oriented programs and initiatives since 2018.

Accordinging to him”Among the fifteen candidates on the ballot in this election, you are the only one that can defend our interest. Your various empowerment initiatives ranging from the health insurance scheme; welfare and and employment programs have endeared you to the PWDs.

“We have no doubt that your second term in office, you will do more in the areas of economic emancipation and inclusion of Persons with Disabilities,” he said.

The entire PWDs community in Osun State thereafter through a voice vote passed a vote of confidence on the candidature and re-election of Gov Gboyega Oyetola in the July 16, 2022 governorship election.

PWDs from all clusters within the party and other political parties who were represented at the meeting which was held at the ZEBAF Hotel , Osogbo all promised to match their words with action by voting for All Progressives Congress (APC) on Saturday.

Some personalities at the event are Mr Onitiju. K. Samuel; former state chairman of JONAPWDs; Comrade Lukman Nafiu, leader, PWDs, Osun state; Mr Stephen Oluwafemi, Osun state chairman of JONAPWDs; among others.


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