By David Agabi
The State Director of Public Mobilisation for Eyitayo Jegede’s 2020 governorship campaign Dr Olaiya Oluwa has disclosed that the former Chief Justice is set to empower all the delegates and build the people of Ondo if elected into office.
Olaiya made the disclosure while addressing the press shortly after Jegede’s emergence in a keenly contested governorship primaries held at the International Culture and Event Centre Akure, the Ondo State capital.
The State Director who was in a celebration mood express joy over his principal’s triumph noting that God has answered the prayers of those that believes in good governance and democracy.
While thanking God for the victory, the medical practitioner posited that except God build a house the builder labour in vane.
“What has happened is a lesson for all of us, we should wait for God’s time”
He therefore call on all other aspirants to join hands with Jegede to build the Ondo of their dreams while warning those with evil ambition set in fermenting trouble during the election to have a rethink.
“I urge them to join hands with Eyitayo Jegede because he has a vision and a lot of things to offer this state. He has been planning for this for long, he has a well thought out plan and an agenda well centred on The masses” he stressed.
Olaiya thank all the delegates that made Jegede came through the primaries while urging them to brace up for more work for the victory of the Peoples Democratic Party’s candidate in the October 10th gubernatorial election for the Sunshine State.
Speaking further, Dr Olaiya appreciates the Enugu State Governor and Chairman of the PDP Ondo State governorship primaries, Dr Lawrence Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi and other committee members.
It would be recall that the former Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice in Ondo State, Eyitayo Jegede, emerged winner of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship primary election in the state on the 23rd day of July 2020
Accordingly, Jegede polled 888 votes to beat his closest rival, the embattled deputy governor, Agboola Ajayi (657 votes).