APC Youth & Women Leaders affirms Support for Omodewu Guber Hopes.
The gubernatorial ambition of Mr. Isaac Ajiboye Omodewu Hon. Commissioner for Lands, Housing and Survey, in Oyo state, received a boost, when a delegate comprising the youth and women leaders of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) in Iseyin, Itesiwaju, Iwajowa and Kajola Federal Constituency of the state professed their unequivocal support for his ambition to govern the pacesetter state in 2019.
The delegation affirmed their support for Omodewu, when they paid him a solidarity visit recently at his Otu residence, in Itesiwaju local government area of Oyo state.
According to the local party executives who represented the women and the youth wings of the APC in the federal constituency, “Our supports for Hon. Ajiboye Omodewu to succeed Gov. Abiola Ajimobi in 2019 is based on our conviction that he is capable to continue where Ajimobi will stop on May 2019”
They noted that their visit to Omodewu became imperative because of his consistent support for the growth of our great party the All Progressive Congress APC in Oke-Ogun zone and his unimpeachable character traits.
The youth and women leaders said further that they resolved to hold a solidarity and endorsement rally in Oke-Ogun for the governorship ambition of Omodewu.
Receiving the leaders, Hon. Omodewu commended them for their love and support for him. He assured the leaders that they will be carried along in the scheme of things while urging them to take the good message of his continuity agenda to not only party members but also to the good people of Oyo State across the 33 local government areas of the state.
The local youth leaders include Mr. Adekunle Gbenga (Iseyin Youth Leader), Mr. Amos Ojeniyi (Kajola Youth Leader), Mr. Imran Mufutau (Iwajowa Youth Leader), Ajekiigbe Tunde (Itesiwaju Youth Leader). The women leaders are Mrs. Adeteju Felicia (Iwajowa Women Leader), Mrs. Ayandele Felicia (Kajola Women Leader), Mrs. Odewale Omowumi (Itesiwaju Women Leader) and Mrs. Olayemi Falilat (Iseyin Women Leader).