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Oyo Council Poll : Agba Egbe Flags Off Campaign Amidst Funfair- Promise An All Inclusive Administration


People’s Democratic Party ( PDP ) members, supporters, bigwigs and enthusiasts from Ibadan North local government area of Oyo state gathered today at Adeoyo hospital in Ibadan for the official flag off election campaign of the party chairmanship candidate , Hon. Yussuf Sahib Oladayo ( Agba Egbe ).

Speaking during the event, the PDP party Chairman in Ibadan North, Mr. Seun Adelore described Agba Egbe as the best choice for the local government and urged party members to work hard to ensure the victory of the chairman and all the councilors candidates across the wards.

He said “ considering our chairmanship candidate’s commitment and experience in the party and performances since he was appointed as member of Oyo State Waste Management Authority, Agba Egbe has proven that he understands the nitty-gritty of being a representative of the people” .


The event has in attendance are, Hon. Gabriel Babajide, lawmaker representing Ibadan North Constituency II, formal governorship candidate, Mrs Bolanle Aminat Sarunmi, ex federal House of Representatives member, Hon. Dada Abiodun Awoleye, former house of assembly member, hon. Segun Radical.

Party leaders included : Hon. Adeyinka Adeniyi, Hon. Ghandi, Hon. Kazeem Oshoniyi, Hon Ademola Omotosho, PDP state Publicity Secretary, Engr. Akeem Olatunji and others

Addressing the mammoth crowd, Agba Egbe thanked Oyo state governor, Seyi Makinde party leaders, members and the good people of Ibadan North for giving him an opportunity to fly the PDP flag in Ibadan North. He promised to contribute own efforts to ensure that the impact of government is better felt across the local government .

Agba Egbe urged the residents of Ibadan North to go all out on Election Day to ensure that the PDP win the chairmanship seat and all the councilorship positions. “This is not about voting for Agba Egbe alone. It also about the party, all our councilors must also wins,” he urged.