April 15, 2024

In a dazzling display of unity and support, Chief Benedict Akika, the PDP Campaign Coordinator for Akinyele/Lagelu Federal Constituency, stole the spotlight at the Akinyele PDP local government meeting.

A jubilant crowd warmly welcomed Chief Akika, setting the stage for an electrifying gathering.

Amidst the festive atmosphere, the Akinyele Local Government PDP Chairmanship candidate, Wole Akinleye, and Agbaakin Benedict Akika reveled in joy as they basked in the overwhelming reception from enthusiastic PDP members.

Chief Akika, addressing the party faithful, exuded confidence, assuring them of a resounding victory for both the chairmanship and councilorship candidates in the upcoming local government election.

In a pledge of unity, Chief Akika promised to collaborate seamlessly with all campaign directors and candidates to secure a triumphant outcome for the PDP.

The meeting took a generous turn when Agbaakin Olorundaaba Aba, known for his benevolence and humanitarian spirit, generously gifted PDP members from Ward 1 to 12 with monetary contributions for their transportation expenses.

The gathering proved to be a pivotal moment, signaling a positive omen for the PDP in the forthcoming local government election.

Hon. Wole Akinleye, Akinyele PDP Chairmanship Candidate in the forthcoming Local government election, expressing gratitude to the members for their massive turnout, emphasized the familial bond within the PDP.

He expressed confidence in Chief Benedict Akika’s political acumen, asserting that victory is inevitable under his seasoned leadership.

The meeting concluded on a high note, leaving no doubt that the PDP is poised for success in Akinyele Local Government.

In attendance were the executive chairman of Akinyele, Hon. Taoreed Adedigba, commissioner for local government and chieftaincy matters, Hon. Segun Olayiwola, Special adviser to Governor Seyi Makinde on education intervention, Oloye Suraj Abiodun, Akinyele PDP Chairmanship Candidate in the forthcoming Local government election, Hon. Wole Akinleye, and many others.

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