Mimiko appeals to Ondo people to vote for PDP candidates on April 11


Governor Olusegun Mimiko of Ondo State has appealed to the people of the state to vote en masse for Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidates in the April 11 House of Assembly elections.
There is no governorship election in the state.
During the March 28 presidential election, the PDP lost the state to the All Progressives Congress (APC).
Mimiko made the appeal while speaking with newsmen in Akure on Sunday.
The governor said this was necessary to ensure further promotion of peace and effective governance in the state.
“Voting for our candidates will guarantee continuity of peace and prospects for the state. The people should demonstrate their desire to maintain and further promote peace and growth in the state by voting for the PDP candidates jostling for seats in the state’s legislative chamber,” he said.
Mimiko thanked the people for their support and noted that if the PDP had majority in the State Assembly, it would promote mutual cooperation and sound synergy between the legislative and executive arms of government.
He further debunked the rumour that some executive members of PDP in the state had shifted their allegiance from PDP.
“The defection of the Deputy Governor, Alhaji Alli Olanusi, to the All Progressives Congress (APC) has not affected the allegiance of my commissioners,” he said.
The governor had earlier in his Easter message, urged the people to make the events marking the resurrection of Jesus Christ hitch-free by celebrating with caution.
He implored the people to emulate the love demonstrated by God to mankind by making His son a sacrifice for the sins of the world.


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