Osun 2022: ” It is Our Time To Shine Because APC Has Failed The Nigerians”- Southwest Boasts

Daily Post news outlet has revealed in the early hours of Sunday the latest about the gubernatorial election in Osun state which is to take place in 2022.

It should be recalled that Anambra State has conducted its election a few weeks ago, which has brought them a lot of praise and respect for their mature minds, peaceful voting, fairness, and maximum turnout like never before.

So also, the national vice chairman of the southwest of the peoples’ democratic party (PDP), Adesoji Adegunodu, has confirmed the gubernatorial election of Osun state. However, no candidate has been nominated ahead of the election.

Since the all progressive Congress APC party has refused to fulfill their unending promises for the past few years again, the PDP group has partially gained accessibility to the mind of the masses.

It’ s no doubt that the active party has failed the Nigerians in sectors like education, economy, infrastructure, and security; and of course, Nigerians are left with no options other than going for the people democratic party (PDP).

Ekiti, Osun state, and all other southwest States have disclosed that they are working hard to make sure all victories are theirs since the APC group has failed as explained earlier.

The assurances of the southwest States winning the Presidential election in 2023 have been clearly stated by Mr. Adesoji Adegunodu as he dares the leading party over its failure.

On who will emerge as the nominated candidate, Mr. Adesoji said the person will be thoroughly searched and chosen. The candidate will be the flagbearer of the group and will be generally accepted by all.

Well, southwest States have given possible reasons why the next gubernatorial and Presidential election victories are theirs; we wait for the response from the North Elders Forum and the Eastern part of the country.

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