Adetimehin’s Returned: Good Omen, Big Boost to APC Electoral Fortune in Ondo -Oyerinmade

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By Yemi Akintomide

Senatorial hopeful for Ondo South Senatorial District in February 2023 National Assembly Election in Ondo South, Matthew Oyerinmade has congratulated the newly elected Chairman of All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ondo State, Engr. Ade Adetimehin, discerning the State Congress as peaceful and fair.

In his congratulatory message to the State Chairman of the party on Sunday, Oyerinmade, famously known as MATO noted that returning Adetimehin who was first elected Ondo APC Chairman in 2018, “is a good omen and big boost to electoral victory of the party comes 2023.

“I am using this medium to congratulate our amiable, versatile and upright chairman of our party in Ondo State; for yet again, achieving this uncommon fate of getting the nob of loyal members to continue leading us to more electoral victory and party supremacy over opposition political parties.

“No doubt, our party has continued to wax strong since you took over the mantle of leadership in 2018. No wonder, everyone calls you ‘Jagaban of Ondo Politics’.

“Your re-election remains a good omen and big boost to our party’s political fortune in the State, which I pray to be a beneficiary comes February 2023 National Assembly Election.”

The Oke-Igbo born politician also hailed the peaceful conduct of the last Saturday State congress, stressing that the Chairman of the Ondo APC Congress Committee, Hon Komsol Longap and his team did a good job which was very commendable.

Oyerinmade also congratulated other members of the State Executives who emerged as winners at the congress, including; Alaye Adesina, State Secretary, Alex Kalejaiye as Publicity Secretary, Mrs Morenike Whitterspoon as state Woman Leader, Ayo Olawande as Youth leader, and all the 32-member State Excos.

He specifically sent greetings to all Exco members elected from the Southern Senatorial District including; the Senatorial Chairman, Dr. Deji Oyedele, Senatorial Woman Leader, Mrs. Mosun Odukale and Senatorial Youth Leader, Abdulazeez Oriade.

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