A prominent youth leader of the All Progressives Congress(APC) in Ekiti State, Kolawole Owoseni, has assured the party of massive votes from the youths ahead of the 2023 General Elections.
Owoseni, the Youth Mobilisation Coordinator, APC Presidential Campaign Council for Ekiti North Senatorial District, Ekiti State, gave this assurance during a chat with newsmen in Ado-Ekiti.
He commended the leadership of the party in Ekiti and at the centre for fielding more youths for the various elective positions ,particularly in Ekiti North.
The youth coordinator described the three candidates for the National Assembly seats as not only competent but capable of giving robust representation to the good people of Ekiti North.
” Our Senatorial Candidate, Hon Cyril Fasuyi is a household name in Ekiti politics and as the Director General of Campaign Organisation of the APC Governorship Candidate, Biodun Abayomi Oyebanji, in the last Governorship election ,he ensured the party won back to back for the first time in the history of Ekiti politics.
“Also, Hon Akin Rotimi and Akinlayo Kolawole, both national Assembly candidates for Ekiti North One and Two respectively, are of youth generation with quitessentiall qualities. They have contributed in no small measure to the development of their communities, individuals and our party (APC) in general.”
” We can’t but be grateful to our Party, APC, for allowing level playing ground during the party’s primary elections which gave our youth more space in leadership positions. One of the ways to show appreciation and commitment is to mobilise our teeming youth to vote for our Candidates in the forthcoming general elections. We have commenced a far reaching grassroots mobilisation across the five Local Governments within the Ekiti North Senatorial Districts, our candidates’ rich manifestoes have endeared us into the heart of the youths, Owoseni said.”
While reassuring the APC of total support from the youths, Owoseni urged his members to intensify their door to door campaign for the party and its candidates ahead of the all important poll.