APC Guber Primary: Ward Exco Passes Vote Of Confidence On Jimoh Ibrahim

Executives and members of All Progressives Congress (APC) Igbotako Ward II in Okitipupa Local Government Area of Ondo State have passed vote of confidence on Senator Jimoh Ibrahim.

The executives and members of the party, which held an emergency meeting on Thursday and declared their support for the senator currently representing Ondo Southern Senatorial District who has dragged the party to court over the shoddy manner the governorship primary of the party was conducted on April 20 in the state.

At the meeting, executives and members of the party reviewed the party’s governorship primary election which they described as fraudulent, saying no election took place in the ward and in Okitipupa Local Government Area of the state on April 20, 2024.

They expressed shock at how the Governor Usman Ododo-led Committee came about the figures it allotted to contestants in the election.

No fewer than 55 members of the party including the Local Government and Ward Executives signed that resolution of the party at the meeting, passing vote of confidence in Senator Jimoh Ibrahim.

They declared their unflinching support for the senator in his pursuit of justice in court concerning the governorship primary of the party in which several wards and all aspirants were deprived of voting.

The local government party executives who signed the resolutions are Otekaye Alana Sunday and Olowole Musa, Secretary and Assistant Public Relations Officer of the party respectively.

The statement issued at the end of the meeting reads in parts: “At the general meeting of Igbotako Ward 2 held today, Thursday 9th May, 2024 at 4pm, we reviewed the fraudulent election of Saturday 20th April, 2024 and resolved as follows:

“That no election took place at Igbotako Ward 2 and indeed all the other wards in Okitipupa Local Government Area;

“That we are surprised to see votes allotted to contestants by the Ododo-led Committee;

“We hereby pass a vote of absolute ‘Confidence’ on our leader Senator Jimoh Ibrahim PhD, CFR.”

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