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2023: Ife Federal Constituency Adopts Dr. Ayoade Adewopo as its House of Representatives Candidate

2023: Ife Federal Constituency Adopts Dr. Ayoade Adewopo as its House of Representatives Candidate.

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The leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party in Ife Federal Constituency of Osun State in a unanimous decision this afternoon, Monday, March 28, 2022 adopted Dr. Ayoade Adewopo as the constituency’s sole candidate for the Federal House of Representatives in the forthcoming 2023 general election.

The message on the adoption which was conveyed to the media in Ile-Ife today was the outcome of the leaders’ decision to favour those who are loyal to the party in their struggle to ensure the upholding of the Democratic Tenets and Principles of Equity, Justice and Fairness especially to those who have been loyal to the party.

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Dr. Adewopo was one of the party’s governorship aspirants in 2018 but was asked by the leadership of the party to step down at the peak of politicking when the deputy Governorship slot was zoned to Ife federal constituency where he hails from.

According to the resolution of the whole house which was read by Barrister Wale Ojo, it reiterated the commitment of Dr. Ayoade Adewopo to the party and the constituency, including his unalloyed loyalty and support for the party at all times. It was suggested that the entire house should give their maximum support and cooperation to Dr. Ayoade Adewopo as the flag bearer of the party in the 2023 general elections.

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The house therefore moved a motion for the adoption of Dr. Ayoade Adewopo as the sole candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party for the 2023 House of Representatives general election which was supported and approved by all members of the house in a unanimous voice vote.

Leaders at the meeting included:

HON WALE OJO;
MAJOR R. A TOWOBOLA;
HON FUNSO BABARINDE;
HON AYO AWODIREPO;
HON ADESINA KABIRU;
HON MARCUS FADEHAN;
HON ADESOLA TAIWO (YOUNGEST);
DR. S.O. NOFIU;
HON (MRS) BUKOLA AJALA;
CHIEF SAKIN AJALA;
ALH. OLANREWAJU KAZEEM;
PRINCE KAMAR ADEYEMI SALAWU;
HON. OYEBADE SAMUEL KEHINDE SAMDEP;
HON. DUROJAYE ISAAC;
SOOKO ÀDEWOLE SUNDAY;
HON. TUNDE ADEWOYIN;
HON. ABAYOMI OJO-SEGUN;
MRS. DARAMOLA ELIZABETH;
OLUOMO GBENGA OWOLABI;
HON DIRAN AYANBEKU;
ALHAJI OLAYINKA;
MR. ADELEKE ADEYELA;
HON IDOWU ADEYENI;
HON FAWOLE TAJUDEEN;
HON OLUOKUN ATILADE;
HON RASHEEED AKINSOLUGBA;
HON ADEDIWURA OLABODE;
APESIN ABIODUN ADEGOKE;
PRINCESS FUNMILAYO AYOOLA;
ALHAJI YISA ADEFAYE; AMONGST OTHERS.

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Some of the leaders who were absent at the meeting with apologies but didn’t oppose the unanimous adoption include ALHAJI REMI AROGUNDADE; HON. AKINOLA ADENIYI; HON. YEMI ADEPOJU; HON. OLAKUNBI OLADIMEJI and HON. BARRISTER FAMORIYO.

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