‘My Husband’s A Caring Man, He Will Do Well As Governor’ – Deaconess Olusola

 

The Oasis Reporters

March 22, 2018

Deacns Janet Olusola calling for support for her husband’s candidature in the forthcoming Ekiti State gubernatorial election.

Wife of Ekiti State Deputy Governor, Deaconess Janet Olusola has described her husband as a man of God and a caring man with a golden heart.

Mrs. Olusola made the statement on Thursday, in Ado-Ekiti in an interactive session with the representatives of the Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC Women’s Wing, Ekiti State Chapter.

She admonished the women to pray so that God would liberate the land by changing the messy situation of the country for better, urging them to ensure they get their voter’s card and make sure they vote for her husband in the forthcoming gubernatorial election.

She stressed the the type of change which the people of Ondo State voted for should not be the type that Ekiti people should embrace because the people of Ondo State are now regretting for allowing APC to take over the state, saying her husband would not only build on the existing foundation laid by Gov. Ayodele Fayose but surpass his achievements.

The facilitator, Mrs. Shade Akinrinmola lends her support.

In her remarks, the facilitator of the meeting, Mrs. Shade Akinrinmola described Prof. Eleka as a marketable aspirant whom one would not stress too much before he is accepted by the people.

Hon. Princess Titilayo Owolabi Akerele speaks, calling on women to key into the continuity agenda, in support of Prof. Olusola.

Also speaking, a member of the House of Assembly, Hon. Princess Titilayo Owolabi- Akerele appealed to the women to key into the continuity agenda of the governor, noting that Ekiti would record another stupendous success under the humble professor.

Declaring support for the Deputy Governor, the NLC Chairman Women’s Wing, Com. Oluwatoyin Orefe said Prof. Eleka would get the support of the Congress because with him as governor, their jobs would be secured and more women would be empowered.

 

Greg Abolo

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