Photos:Residents Agog As Olufade's Campaign Trail Moves to Ibadan North Ward 4

Photos:Residents Agog As Olufade’s Campaign Trail Moves to Ibadan North Ward 4

Photos:Residents Agog As Olufade's Campaign Trail Moves to Ibadan North Ward 4
Photos:Residents Agog As Olufade’s Campaign Trail Moves to Ibadan North Ward 4

Oluwaseun Olufade’s Campaign Ignites Enthusiasm in Ibadan North Ward 4

The campaign trail of the Ibadan North Local Government People’s Democratic Party (PDP) Chairmanship Candidate Oluwaseun Olufade in Ward 4 of Ibadan North sparked fervent enthusiasm among residents as they eagerly received Olufade and his vice, Akeem Ayoade.

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Upon arrival, Olufade was greeted with a warm welcome from pupils of St. John Primary School, who presented him with flowers—a symbol of their support and acceptance.

Subsequently, a stakeholders meeting was held at the late PDP leader Engineer Olatunji Daniel’s party office. During the gathering, Mrs. Felicia Ajuwon presented Olufade with a roll-up graphics gift with ONALA’s inscription, emphasizing the community’s endorsement of his candidacy.

Residents seized the opportunity to voice their expectations and demands, with Ward 4 Councilorship candidate Hon. Ademola Shakirat Taiwo also assuring quality representation.

Engaging with the youth, Olufade pledged ample opportunities under his administration, resonating with their aspirations. Expressing delight at the turnout, Olufade hailed the campaign in Ward 4 as the most engaging and enterprising. He urged constituents to unite in support of the PDP and its candidates in the upcoming elections on April 27.

The campaign, led by Campaign Director General Adebowale Falana, saw the presence of distinguished personalities including Oyo State Deputy Chief of Staff Hon. Folajimi Oyekunle Don, Hon. Babajide Gabriel, Hon. Comforter Adeniyi-Olajide, Hon. Dada Awoleye, Prince Seun Adelore, Ibadan North PDP Chairman, Baba Ismaila Ashipa, Elder Kola Rauf, Hon. Kazeem Oshoniyi, Shina Badmus, and a host of others.

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