Hon. Blessing Aishat Ekele
Lokoja – The All Progressive Congress, APC, Federal house of representative aspirant in Kogi state, Hon. Blessing Aishat Ekele has congratulated Dr Kayode Fayemi over the party’s resounding victory in the Ekiti state governorship election that held on Saturday.
Aishat in a press release issued over the weekend commended the President and the party’s national chairman for providing the needed leadership which gave the party victory at the poll.
Hon Ekele congratulated the Governor-elect Dr Kayode Fayemi, for putting up a good fight which gave APC victory against an incumbent PDP government in Ekiti state, adding that Fayemi’s journey to victory was a tough one, but at the end the will of the people prevailed against PDP propaganda machinery.
According to the statement; “ Hon. Blessing Aishat Ekele want to congratulate the party leader, President Mohammadu Buhari, the National Chairman, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, the National Women leader, Hajia Salamatu Baiwa for encouraging the women in Ekiti to come out en-mass to vote, the Kogi State Governor, Alhaji Yahaya Bello who had to go door to door speak Ibira to our people residing over there, and the candidate, Dr Kayode Fayemi for the party’s resounding victory in the Ekiti state governorship election that held on Saturday. “I also wish to commend the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, the security agencies and the local and international observers for their roles in ensuring that the Ekiti governorship election was free, fair and very credible.”
Meanwhile, she also thanked the great people of Ekiti state for coming in their number to vote for the APC, stressing that by their wished as expressed in the ballot the state has chosen to join the league of progressive state.
According to her ”And I want to use this opportunity to assured my people in Ankpa, Omala and Olamaboro that with the APC victory in Ekiti, the tasks of rescuing the constituency led retrogressive government is sure, urging them to remain steadfast as the day of redemption is very close; because the 2019 election will mark the end of continuous suffering in my constituency”