2018: Osun LG Parliamentarian Urges Voters To Collect PVCs

By Ismail Kolapo The leader of the House, Irewole North Local Council Development Area (LCDA), State of Osun Parliamentarian Ademola Owoade has charged Osun citizens to ensure they get their Permanent Voter Cards. He also urged those who have just attained the age of 18 to register and collect their voter cards. Hon. Owoade make…”
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March 21, 2018 5:17 pm

By Ismail Kolapo

The leader of the House, Irewole North Local Council Development Area (LCDA), State of Osun Parliamentarian Ademola Owoade has charged Osun citizens to ensure they get their Permanent Voter Cards.

He also urged those who have just attained the age of 18 to register and collect their voter cards.

Hon. Owoade make disclosure during the LCDA party organized to celebrate the victory of the All Progressive Congress (APC) in the last Local Government election, held at St. John Primary School, Ikire.

The council lawmaker stressed that the PVC is the only thing that can give them an opportunity to choose their leader in September 22nd, gubernatorial election calling on the populace to support the new Local government parliamentary system in the state of Osun.

Hon. Owoade commended governor Rauf Aregbesola on his six point Integral Action Plan which revolves around banishing hunger, poverty and providing good health service delivery, employment creation, qualitative education noting that the programmes would be replicated in the local council area.

The Irewole North LCDA house leader, who expressed appreciation for the unalloyed support of the people of the council before, during and after the council poll, promised to use available resources to promote peace, unity and security, as well as creating employment and qualitative education in the council area.

He further said that “as a leader of the house with the support of my chairman and other co-parliamentarians, we will make Irewole North LCDA a worthy place for all its citizens, a local government that will be a shining light throughout the state.”

 

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