Osun 2018: PRP picks candidate, boasts of winning contest
By Owolabi Labode
The People's Redemption Party (PRP), has on Thursday elected a candidate, Alhaji Tajudeen Badmus to fly the party flag in the September 22 gubernatorial election, that is even as it boasted of winning the poll.
The National Secretary of the party, who doubles as returning officer in the Governorship Primary election committee, Mr Tunde Alli said Badmus polled a total of 75 votes out of 85 votes cast to emerge as candidate.
Presenting the party flag to Badmus in Osogbo on Thursday, Alli said 3 delegates were selected from each of the 30 local governments including the area council.
"While Olajide Gbolahan and Bolarinwa Adedokun polled 4 polls each, the fourth contestant voluntarily withdrew from the race, "Alli said
He expressed confidence that the candidate would emerge victorious adding that he would transform the state if emerge winner.
He said the party was ready to liberate the people of the state by providing all social amenities required to make the life more comfortable for the habitats, if given the opportunity to serve.
While assuring members of the party that they would all enjoyed what they have laboured for said PRP as a party that believe in equal right does not have regional arrangement, saying the national Chariman of that
In his acceptance speech, Badmus promised all round of developmental projects.
He promised that PRP would work to improve lives of people, put food on their table and give the people a new sense of belonging.
Badmus who is a chattered accountant vowed to used his wealth of experience to take the state to the greater heights, just as he promised to create jobs for the youth so as to boost the economy of the state.
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