Omoworare Revalidates APC Membership, Charges members to project Gov Oyetola

The Senior Special Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on National Assembly Matters, Senator Babajide Omoworare was at his Akodi Moku Unit 13 of Iremo ward 3 at Oja Tuntun in Ile-Ife for the All Progressives Congress party membership revalidation exercise.

The Senator was received by political functionaries and party leaders across Ife land.

Personalities present include, Hon Adeleke Enitilo, Party Chairman, Ife Central West APC, Hon Kayode Ogundele, APC Chairman for Ife East, Comrade Goke Aramide APC Chairman, Ife Central, Hon. Olanike Omoworare former Deputy Speaker of Osun State, the two immediate past Chairmen from Ife Central LGA and Ife Central West LCDA, Hon Olayera Elugbaju and Hon Bisi Oladosu, Hon Segun Oladigba, Hon Taiwo Aderemi and Mr Ojuolape Olagbaju the coordinator of Ilerioluwa vendors were also on ground.

Speaking while the exercise was on, APC ward Chairman for Iremo ward 3, Mr Saheed Lawal expressed gratitude to Senator Omoworare for his constant support for the party, calling on all political functionaries to emulate him.


Market women who trooped out in their numbers to receive the Senator could not hold back their joy as they lauded him for installation of solar powered Street lights in the market and Odo Ogbe community as a whole.

Speaking at Ife Central APC Secretariat where he visited after his membership revalidation exercise, Senator Omoworare encouraged party members to remain steadfast with the APC and the government at both Federal and State level.

He assured the people of President Muhammadu Buharis’ commitment to good governance and finding lasting solutions to the security challenges of Nigeria.

He equally charged party members to keep supporting and projecting Governor Gboyega Oyetola in his drive to develop the State and ensure victory for APC in all elections.

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