Amosun Tasks Electorates On April 11 Polls

amosunOgun State Governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun has called on the electorate in the state to repeat their performance in last Saturday’s Presidential elections, come April 11 when they would be voting for House of Assembly members and the state governorship candidates.

Senator Amosun in a statewide broadcast, praised voters in the state for showing good character at the polls.

The governor is urging the electorates to vote candidates of the All Progressive Congress (APC), to consolidate on the development and transformation currently being recorded in the state.

The Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has promised to improve the electoral process, as the Governorship and state House of Assembly elections is due to hold on April 11.

Meanwhile, the people of Ogun have demanded the re-fertilization of the economy and especially the anti-corruption crusade, to put the country on the path of growth and progress.

Amosun Kicks Against Election Postponement

amosunThe Governor of Ogun State, Ibikunle Amosun, has kicked against calls for the postponement of the February polls, insisting that any postponement would make electorates lose confidence in the electoral process.

Addressing supporters at the end of a two-day campaign tour to Obafemi Owode ‎Local Government Area, where he sought their support for his re-election, Senator Amosun stressed that any attempt to reschedule the elections will be unfair on the electorate.

Governor Amosun, however, suggested that necessary steps should be taken to ensure the elections hold as scheduled. he said that his administration would declare a public holiday to allow citizens of the state collect their Permanent Voter Cards as soon as the electoral body bring in the last batch of the cards.

There have been series of report on the plot to postpone the elections, but officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission has assured registered Nigerians that they  were doing their best to make sure the election will hold as scheduled.