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Don’t disappoint the voters – residents of Ibadan tell the senator, the elected representatives

The Ibadan MegaVoice (IMV), an Ibadan indigenous group, urged the winners of last Saturday’s National Assembly elections not to disappoint voters.

The group also instructed the politicians to play the game by the rules during the upcoming Oyo State gubernatorial elections.

IMV made those disclosures in a statement made available to reporters on Sunday.

The Daily Post reports that some indigenous people in Ibadan have been elected to both the Senate and the House of Representatives.

Among the newly born representatives of the residents of Ibadan is Advocate Sharafuddin Abiodun Ali who was elected to represent Oyo South Senatorial District, Hon. Musilio Akinremi, Ibadan North Federal District, Hon. Akin Alabi – Egbada / Ona Ara Federal Electoral District and Hon Stanley Olajide Odidiomo – Ibadan North West / Ibadan South West Federal Constituency.

others; Hon Wasiu Olafisoye Akinmoyede – Akinyele/Lagelu Federal Constituency, and Eng. Remi Oseni – Ido/Ibarapa East Federal Constituency.

In the statement signed by its president, Kola Olomide and made available to journalists through the group’s general secretary, Oladapo Ibikunle, IMV accused those who lost during the recent National Assembly elections in the state of not giving up their ambition to contribute a stake to the development of their country.

Then in the manifesto Olomide advised the newly elected indigenous people of Ibadan not to disappoint the electors who had voted them into power.

He added that the mandate given to them is not only for their family and friends, but for the whole of Ibadanland.

Speaking further, the group called on the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to expedite work on ending processes in the Ulwiol and Ibadan North-East/Ibadan South-East federal constitutional elections that were declared inconclusive.

In the statement sent to the DAILY POST on Sunday evening, the group said, “IMV has no political affiliation, so we are for the betterment of our people and Ibadanland in general. We call on our politicians to allow all stakeholders to perform their duties within the limits of the law and in a peaceful atmosphere.

“We urge INEC not to give way to suspicion and bias, as well as to improve logistics and other activities in order to hold credible elections.”

Don’t disappoint the voters – residents of Ibadan tell the senator, the elected representatives

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