AAUA WATCH: E-16 Group urges for accountability in Ekiti

The E-sixteen youth initiative development of Nigeria have made the call during the annual meeting on Sunday December 6/12/2021 that they will leave no stone unturned for the victory of PDP in Ekiti state come 2022 gubernatorial election and to ensure accountability returns to the state come 2022.

The group whose secretary is Comrade Stanley Olasebi a student of Adekunle Ajasin University has vowed that the group will resist all form of intimidation and oppression and ensure that the citizens of Ekiti State enjoy good governance come 2022.

The Group boast, we will leave no stone unturn on mobilizing from the grassroots to the party, and actualizing PDP win ahead of 2022 governorship poll.

The group noted the recent inconsequential development in the party which brought grudges of no need rather than focused on how to mobilize for the party to be great and have headway come 2022

In a statement released by the group ‘

Based on the resolutions at the outcome of the last meeting, we urge everyone with the winning spirits from all the 16 local government to join this Futuristic group and work for the betterment of this great party PDP.

According to the saying “ROME WAS NOT BUILT IN A DAY” but please we have to start taking the steps to 2022 gubernatorial elections victory now and we shouldn’t wait until January 2022.

And the group E-16 promised to work with the party leaders and members to take the party to the Ekiti Government House come 2022.’

The group have call on well meaningful Ekiti state citizens to report any form of intimidation through e16youthinitiatived01ng@gmail.com as we prepare for the forthcoming election.

 

Note: AAUA INSIDER IS NOT AFFILIATED TO ANY POLITICAL PARTY NOR PROMOTING ANY PARTY. THIS IS A SERIES UNDER THE AAUA WATCH AS STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY ENGAGE IN VARIOUS ACTIVITIES OUTSIDE SCHOOL.

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  • Agbelusi Samuel is a campus journalist, writer, red carpet host, political and sport analyst. A political science student that covers news and politics beats for AAUA INSIDER.

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