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EKITI PDP INAUGURATES NINE COMMITTEES FOR APRIL POLLS

By Lere Olayinka
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To underscore its preparedness for the general elections holding next month, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Ekiti Central Senatorial District has inaugurated nine committees to pilot its campaign activities for the polls.

Chairman of the Publicity Committee, Hon. Foluso Adesokan, who made this known in a release issued in Ado-Ekiti today listed the committees, which comprised of 170 members to include Tactical/Strategy/Networking, Publicity, Prayer, Finance, Security, Reconciliation, Senatorial visit/Contact, Mobilisation and Campaign.

Senatorial Chairman of the PDP, Chief Dipo Anisulowo, who inaugurated the committees, charged the members to work assiduously for the success of all the party's candidates in the district.

Said he; “Once again, we are ready to hit the roads. We are ready to visit all the nooks and crannies of this state to sell our candidates to the electorate, and you all know that is our tradition in the PDP.

“We have done it before and we are convinced that with God and the calibre of people that we have in the various committees, we are going to do it again.

“Therefore, I implore all of you to put in your all to this assignment because the success of our party in the coming elections will depend on the quality of efforts you put into your duties.”

Speaking further, Anisulowo said; “Some of you might be wondering why we have decided to have a centralised the campaign. The reason is that it is the PDP that the people are going to be voting for not the candidates.

“It is therefore our responsibility as loyal party men and women to ensure that work for the success of our Senatorial candidate, Kayode Alufa, two House of Representatives, Kehinde Odebunmi and Tope Aluko, as well as all the eight house of assembly candidates.”

Chairmen of the committees included Otunba Akin Oluwadare, Hon. Foluso Adesokan, Chief Femi Akomolafe, Kayode Alufa, Dipo Anisulowo, Chief Kayode Ige and Chief Bosun Osaloni .