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PDP leaders defect to APC in Akure North

Jubril Bada

The Coordinator of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Akure North Local Government area of Ondo State, Chief Ladi  Falemu, along with other prominent leaders of the party with their teeming supporters, have defected to the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the state.

In a statement signed and issued by the State Director, Media and Publicity of the APC, Mr. Steve Otaloro, said the development marked a significant shift in the political landscape of local government in the state

Falemu, known for his grassroots mobilization efforts and financial support within the PDP,  joined forces with the APC, alongside notable leaders such as Pa Babalola, Clement Omobomi, Chief Falodi, Chief (Mrs) Funke Olaniyi, Obayemi Oluwalola, and among others.

While speaking on behalf of the defectors, Falemu said their decision to defect to the ruling APC demonstrates a strong vote of confidence in the party’s vision and leadership.

He expressed their commitment to work diligently with the APC flag-bearer to secure victory in the upcoming November governorship election.

He assured that their wealth of experience and dedication will undoubtedly strengthen the party’s position in the state.

While receiving the defectors into the fold of the party, the State Chairman of the APC, Mr. Ade Adetimehin, recognized Falemu’s political influence and the valuable contributions of all the new members to politics in the state.

Adetimehin said the defectors have directed their seamless integration into key leadership positions within the party’s structure.

We look forward to a fruitful collaboration with Chief Falemu, Pa Babalola, and other notable leaders as we collectively strive for a brighter future for Akure North Local Government and Ondo State as a whole, he added.

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