Ogun Assembly: Abeokuta South 1 and 2 Deserves Quality Representation – APC Candidates

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The candidates of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC)  in the forthcoming 9th March, 2019 Gubernatorial and State Assembly elections for Abeokuta South State Constituencies 1 and 2, Hon Adejojo Yusuf and Hon Ademuyiwa Adeyemi have both maintained that the Constituency deserves better and effective representation.

Both candidates in a joint statement issued recently in Abeokuta stated that indeed “good governance requires youthful, vibrant, multi – tasking and people – driven arms”.

The statement reads,

“Vote Hon. Adejojo and Hon. Adeyemi for Abeokuta South Constituencies 1&2

Good governance requires youthful, vibrant, multi-tasking and people – driven arms. For development to occur within a society, all hands are required to be on deck towards achieving set goals.

It is expected that our House of Assembly is vested with energetic youth, hardworking, trustworthy, loyal and noble members.

The choice for Abeokuta South Constituencies are no other than the duo of Hon. Adejojo Yusuf and Hon. Ademuyiwa Adeyemi who will not only guarantee good and quality representation but also contribute immensely to the development of the state.

The commitment and passion with which these Honourables promise to discharge their duties while in constant touch with their constituents for the better life of the good people of Ogun State knows no limits.

Abeokuta South would have ‘ a voice ‘ in the new Assembly that will not only yield positive fruits but reposition our dear constituency as the shinning lights that it has always been.

Vote APC, Vote Hon. Adejojo Yusuf and Hon. Ademuyiwa Adeyemi.

Long live Abeokuta South, Long Live Ogun State, Long Live Nigeria”.

L-R: Honourable Adejojo Yusuf Temitope (Abeokuta South Constituency 1) and Hon Ademuyiwa Adeyemi [Abeokuta South Constituency II)

The duo of Honourable Adejojo and Honourable Adeyemi are both contesting on the platform of APC to represent the Abeokuta South State Constituency 1 and 2 in the forthcoming March 9 Gubernatorial and State Assemblies elections.