Ogun Lawmaker Visits Isaga/Ilewo Orile Traditional Leaders, Urges Votes for All APC Candidates

A legislator , representating ward 15  Isaga/Ilewo Orile, Abeokuta North Local Government, Ogun State, Hon. Moruf Erubami on Thursday met with  all the traditional rulers in the community to solicit massive votes for all candidates of All Progressives Congress, APC come 2023 general elections.

The meeting which held at Onisaga's  new palace had  in attendance over fifteen traditional rulers who were happy to meet with Hon.  Erubami, Hon. Dr. Tunde Tella.

Erubami also used the medium to call on the traditional rulers to cast their votes for the son of Onisaga of Isaga,  Dr. Hon. Tunde Tella who is contesting for the position of house of assembly in Abeokuta North Local Goverment. 

The councilor while addressing the traditional rulers maintained that APC is  the only party that can not fail them, calling on the traditional rulers to shun other candidates from other political parties whenever they come around to campaign for them.

He revealed that Governor Dapo Abiodun has performed wonderfully well since his assumption into office, saying that he deserves second term in office.

Erubami is loved by the people of isaga/Ilewo  Orile for his great achievement and his contribution to humanity.

He has performed wonderfully well in a all ramifications for his constituents.

Erubami urged the traditional rulers to cast their votes for all APC candidates starting  from the presidential candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, Prince Dapo Abiodun and other APC candidates in Ogun State.

Meanwhile, the house of Assembly candidate, Hon. Dr. Tunde Tella who was also present at the meeting promised to provide quality representation if elected.

Tella also urged hem to ensure they cast their votes for all APC candidates in the state.
He promised to continue to remember his constituents for good.

The traditional rulers pledged their support for all APC candidates in 2023, especially Dr. Hon. Tunde Tella whom they called their son.

At the end of the meeting, the traditional rulers were given Christmas gifts, such as rice, soft drinks and cash.


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