Ondo 2020: Dapo Adelegan emerges ADC candidate


The Africa Democratic Congress, Ondo chapter will be represented by Dapo Adelegan in the forthcoming  governorship election in Ondo state.

Adelegan emerged the flag bearer of the party on Saturday after four other aspirants stepped down for him.

Chairman, Electoral Matters of ADC, Anayo Arinze, who confirmed his emergence described the party’s primary as peaceful.

“Today, history is being made in Ondo State with the victory of Prince Dapo Adelegan. It is clear that from all we have seen here, ADC is going to emerge victorious in the forthcoming poll. The people are tired of the ruling party; they are also clearly tired of the Peoples Democratic Party.

“We are a credible alternative. And we are presenting one of their very best sons to lead the state out of its present state of socio-economic neglect. Surely, we shall come out victorious,” Arinze said in a statement signed by the party’s National Publicity Secretary, Yemi Kolapo.

The governorship election in Ondo state will be holding on October 10, 2020.

One thought on “Ondo 2020: Dapo Adelegan emerges ADC candidate

  1. AvatarDr Pat Kolawole Awosan

    I wonder how and why, Ondo State -Akure south local government council and Akure south local government council, residents-[voters] should vote to re-elect inep,incompetent,governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, for another term while he appoints an Igbo race, as his chief of staff, in Ondo State governor’s office.
    Also, governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, misfires by collecting our monthly eighteen local government councils’s federal allocation funds but refused to rehabilitate Eyinke stree [A], off Irowo road and Oke Aro road, near Arakale road/Deji’s palace, also, governor Rotimi Akeredolu, also refused to construct new bridge linking Labe-Aba, with the rest of Oke-Ogba quarters, off Awule road, Akure. On what ground should Akure south district LGC and north district LGC. re-elect governor Rotimi Akereodlu, with no laudable development within state capital,Akure for the past four years.


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