ILAKA Congratulates New Party Officials, Urge Aggrieved Members To Return To A Big And Peaceful Umbrella •Say’s We Grow Faster Together

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The immediate past Chief of Staff to Oyo State Governor Chief Bisi ILAKA has hip praises on Governor Makinde over the peaceful conduct of the just concluded State Party Congress, calling on the aggrieved stakeholders to come back to Umbrella that breathe peace.

The Ladilu of Oyo kingdom, in a statement release and made available to TODAY SPLASH, Also Congratulate the New Party Officials, advice them to run an all inclusive party politics without fear or favour to any individual, adding that Our party as it names implies is the only Democratic Party that mean well to the people and has stay true to it’s principles.

The Statement reads..

It’s a privilege to have particupated in one of the most peaceful, over crowded but well organized, duly cordinated Party Congress, Ably led by our leader Engr Seyi Makinde FNSE, Again we’ve set the records straight with a carnival like state Party Congress.

As the leader of our great Party you’ve distinctively enhance, improved and attract more followers to our Party with your style and brand politics.

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Chief Bisi ILAKA And Oyo State Governor Engr Seyi Makinde

I want to use this opportunity to call on all party leaders accross all borders in the State, we disagree to agree, it’s time to shelt our sword, borrowing from the word’s of My Governor who said “We will Accommodate Aggrieved Members” this in earnest is long overdue, Our Party Umbrella is big and peaceful to accommodate us all, together we will unite Nigeria.

Congratulations to all elected Party Officials, your stewardship has earn you the trust reposed on you by our Party, it’s time to run an all inclusive party politics and exchue politics of bitterness, We grow faster together, Continue to toe the line of Peace laid down to further foster Unity among Party members.

I urge all Party Faithfuls to be fervent in prayers and continue to support this present Administration, ki Oyo le da si, Ajo se gbogbo wa ni ooo. The Statement reads

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