Accord Party Boasts Of Its Confidence In Its Candidate To Win Ekiti, Osun Guber Election
Accord Party in the Southwest has declared that its candidates would win the Osun and Ekiti polls.
This statement was made known today by Dokun Babarinde, the national vice chairman of Accord Party in South-west, in a chat with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), after its zonal meeting in Ibadan.
According to reports gathered by Nigeria news, Bolarinde incited that the party’s performance will shock the two main political parties which are the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and All Progressives Congress (APC).
“Accord Party is winning followership every day because people have identified the party as the alternative to APC and PDP.
“The might of the PDP and APC had been tested in both Ekiti and Osun States but failed the electorate, so there is no doubt that the voters will reject them and opt for a party that is ready to savage them.
“Accord Party is the only alternative that is set to liberate the people from the shackles of the two major parties.
”We are strategising to ensure that the party presents sellable candidates as our flag bearers in the elections.
“Also, manifesto of Accord Party in the two states will be people-friendly, devoid of deceit and failed promises,” he stated.
Akogun Banji Ojo, one of the party’s governorship aspirants hinted that the party will judiciously make use of the current internal crisis going on between the two major parties to its advantage and make sure it wins the coming election.
Ojo also added that Accord party has all it requires to win the coming governorship election and that no party except Accord party has the capability to lift the state from its underdevelopment.
The chairman, Board of Trustees of the Accord Party Dr Israel Adeniyi, encouraged the party not to relent on their efforts toward winning the coming election.
Adeniyi who made the statement at the venue of the same meeting in Ibadan, on today also said the efforts and commitment of every member of the party is very important to ensure the success of the party.
According to reports, Adeniyi expressed confidence in the victory of the party in the coming election and advised the party members to relent in introducing new members to the party.
He also warned the party leaders in all states to be fair to all its members and try as much as possible to maintain internal democracy.
Reports had it that executives of the party from Oyo, Lagos, Ogun, Ekiti and Osun attended the meeting.