MEMBERS PRESENT IN MULTITUDE AS OMOLUABI PROGRESSIVES EJIGBO LG CHAPTER HOLDS WEEKLY MEETING

by Adabanija Kamorudeen

Yesterday was another edition of the weekly meeting of the Omoluabi Progressives, Ejigbo Local Government Chapter of Osun State.

The meeting which took place at the usual Bricklayer’s Hall, Gaa, Ejigbo had in attendance party faithfuls, former political office holders, former party executives, market women and men, artisans and youths who believed in the progressive ideology of Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, Rt Hon Najeem Salam, PhD and Distinguished Senator Mudashiru Husain. The hall full to its brim is a testament of the members’ committment and trust in the leadership of Omoluabi Progressives to reclaiming the state back comes 2026.

The Ejigbo Local Government Coordinator, Alhaji (Hon) Raji Abeni while welcoming everyone to the meeting, appreciated God Almighty for the gift of life. He appreciated all for standing by our leaders saying all members of the caucus have demonstrated the ethos of Omoluabi.

An erstwhile ALGON Chairman and former Chairman of Ejigbo South LCDA, Hon Prince Boyede Jaiyeola during his address, eulogized all members present for their steadfastness despite all the challenges. He assured that the reward for this struggle is near and all members should not be deterred. He concluded that comes 2026, an Omoluabi will be the Governor of the state.

A member of the caucus, Baba Ajao while speaking said he commended everyone for their undiluted and unwavering support they have provided for the caucus and our leaders in past. He admonished us to do more going forward. Each member took turns to ask questions and answers were provided accordingly.

Comrade Dele Adigun popularly called Tendo also stressed the need to imbibe the ethos of Omoluabi by everyone. He tasked everyone to start mobilizing now ahead of the Governorship election in 2026.

Prayers were offered for our leaders and the meeting was adjourned till next week.

Photocredit: Salam Mutiu Sola 📸

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