Inisa Residents Disowns Oyedokun

… Pledge Solidarity for Governor Adeleke, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)

Residents of Inisa in Odo-Otin Local Government have distanced themselves from rumors that they followed Alhaji Shuaib Oyedokun to the opposition APC just as they declared their resolve to stick to the ruling Peoples Democratic Party PDP.

The people of Inisa who converged on Olonda mosque in Inisa said they are solidly behind the administration of Senator Adeleke because of the many laudable projects that are being implemented across the State.

The residents which comprised of native Yoruba and Hausa Communities were happy to welcome the Governor who paid them an unscheduled visit.

Speaking on behalf of the Yoruba, the Spokesperson for the Association of Phone Technicians in the Odo Otin Local Government area, Mr. Agboola Abdulwasiu said the group members across the local government are solidly behind the PDP administration under the Governor and the leadership of Prince Olagunsoye Oyinlola who is regarded as the father of PDP in Odo Otin Local Government and Osun State in general.

Also speaking, Seriki Hausa of Inisa, Mallam Rabiu Yahaya commended Governor Adeleke for running an all-inclusive administration in the state.
Mallam Rabiu told the Governor and his entourage that no member of the Hausa Community in Inisa defected to the APC. He assured the Governor that the Arewa community will continue to support the Governor till 2030.

Addressing the residents, Osun State Governor, Senator Ademola Jackson Nurudeen Adeleke appreciated the residents for their support and staunch belief in him.

While assuring them that his administration will not relent in his vigorous drive to engender development in the State, Senator Adeleke said despite the humongous debts inherited from the past APC administration, he has continued to fulfill his campaign promises without borrowing any amount.

Also speaking, the Chief of Staff to the Governor, Alhaji Kazeem Akinleye

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