The APC Diaspora Chapter in South Africa has congratulated the Governor elect of Ekiti State, Mr Biodun Oyebanji over his electoral victory at the polls in the gubernatorial elections held yesterday.
In the letter sent to the Governor elect which was made available to our correspondence, the chapter said that the announcement of the election result this morning brings the Chapter a lot of joy. When we heard that you won the election by an immense margin, there was no bound to our happiness. You are a distinct example of loyalty, development and truthfulness. You demonstrated love and worked hard for the common people in many areas. Your victory is our victory and we can now say that Ekiti is in safer hands.
In the letter it was further said “this result clearly shows that you are the most lovable and popular candidate for the Ekiti people. Ultimately, they understand that you are the person who can think for them and can take a serious step”.
We can imagine the state of your mind at the time of the announcement. You and our political party are getting the scope to do something extraordinary for the people. As they respect you, you have to respect them as well, as contained in the letter sent to the governor co-signed by both the Publicity Secretary, Comrade Sanni David and the Chapter Chairman.
It would help if you were in that position where they could have faith in you. Now you will be able to put those lofty ideas to work for the Ekiti people at the best level.
Lastly, this success will boost our motivation for the people of this country to intensify work for the realization of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu 2023 Presidency. You finally proven that there is no shortcut to success. The Ekiti people chose their leader on their own. The people know that you are the most deserving person for this exalted office..
The people of Ekiti have a genuine trust in you. We would like to greet you to own the electoral victory and hit the ground running, good luck with your political career and in service to your people.
Reported by Akinkunmi Bello