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Ekiti State Governor-elect, Mr. Ayo Fayose, has said that Labour Party’s candidate ,Opeyemi Bamidele, contributed to his victory in the June 21 governorship election.
“I want to thank you for making yourself available for Ekiti people as an agent of change through June 21 election. What you did is a replica of what I did in the past when I used the Labour Party to prevent a bad government installed by PDP then from continuing in office and we succeeded in putting APC in place.”
I divided PDP and you divided APC all for good intents and purposes. But I thank God that he has used you to play a similar role today. The journey is not too far and you have what it takes to lead our people.
“By age, experiences and exposure, you are indeed a leader of your people. I have a lot of respect for you and that’s why I have called you more than 15 times after this election insisting on seeing you. I see you as a brother and a fellow fighter from the same side of the divide.”
Fayose, visited the LP secretariat in Ado-Ekiti where he met Bamidele and key leaders of the party alongside his deputy governor-elect, Olusola Ojo-Eleka.
“By all standards you are a leader and a gentleman, that’s why I have always identified with you even before and after you contested this election. In an election there must be one governor, so as far as I’m concerned, you have lost nothing in this race. You can only count your blessings. That’s why I felt you have fought a good fight and emerged a victor,” Fayose added.
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