Atiku Rescue Nigeria Movement congratulates Adeleke on winning Osun guber poll

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… Urges youth, women to ensure full participation in 2023 general elections

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The Atiku Rescue Nigeria Movement has heartily congratulated the Governor-elect of Osun State, Senator Ademola Nurudeen Adeleke, on his victory in the just- concluded governorship polls in Osun State.

The movement also congratulated the people of Osun State for choosing the candidate of their choice as well as INEC and the security agencies for ensuring a largely peaceful poll in the state.

National Director of Media and Publicity for the movement, Mr. Victor .O.Atewe, in the message, encouraged voters, and in particular, the youth and women, to sustain their participation beyond the state elections by holding candidates accountable for their campaign promises in the upcoming presidential election.

He also commended INEC on the improved logistics, including early deployment of personnel and essential materials in the majority of the polling units; better functioning of the Bimodal Voter Accreditation System (BVAS); and efficient electronic transmission of polling unit results to INEC’s results viewing portal.

This, he said, has the potential to augur well for the General Election in 2023, urging Nigerians to go to the polls for its seventh general elections since the return to civilian rule and vote the Unifier the nation needs in these difficult times, in the person of His Excellency, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar. 

Speaking on behalf of ATIKU RESCUE NIGERIA MOVEMENT, he encouraged eligible voters, and youth, in particular, to register and collect their PVCs (Permanent Voter Cards) and turn out enmass on the election day, noting that this mission will continue to support the mobilization of voters and youth to register and fully participate in the 2023 elections.

“On behalf of the Convener/National Coordinator, Dr. Gbe Benjamin Orduen and other National Excos of Atiku Rescue Nigeria Movement, once again, congratulations to Governor-Elect Ademola.N. Adeleke,” he enthused./SHARE THIS

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