Agunloye cautions voters against inducement
The governorship candidate of the Social Democratic Party (SDP), Dr. Olu Agunloye, has cautioned voters that will participate in the November 26 governorship election in the state against inducement in any form.
Speaking to supporters at the Agunloye Campaign Organization Office in Akure, the SDP candidate promised that the people’s vote would count, warning them against accepting any inducement.
Advising his supporters to remain active and vote for SDP on November 26, Agunloye reminded them that their vote is the power to reject poor governance and ineffective leadership, which brought along abject poverty to the people.
He further described the support enjoyed by the party as a sign of people’s yearning for good governance, noting that the popular support from the people was encouraging and impressive.
Furthermore, Agunloye enjoined the people to translate the love they have for the party into votes, as the SDP was ahead of others still struggling to put their houses and structures in order.
He however said the party demonstrated the value of leadership, internal democracy, tolerance, human management and political maturity with the peace that permeate its campaign and political action daily.
According to him, SDP is forging ahead in its grassroots mobilization. He finally encouraged the people to pray fervently to achieve the task ahead and transform the state’s economy.