the All Progressives Congress,
APC candidate, Mrs. Victoria
Afolayan in last Saturday’s
Kwara State House of Assembly
bye-election in Oke Ero Local
Government Area has been
described as another expression
of support and loyalty of the
people to the state’s political
leader, Dr. Abubakar Bukola
Chairman, Senate Committee
on Banking, Insurance and
other Financial Institutions,
Senator Rafiu Ibrahim stated
this yesterday in a statement
he personally signed and
made available to journalists in
Senator Ibrahim, who
represents Kwara South
Senatorial District in the Senate
under the platform of APC,
therefore, expressed gratitude
to the people of the local
government area and Saraki,
who is the Senate President, for
the party’s success in the byeelection.
The lawmaker, while
thanking Saraki for providing
solid and enduring leadership
for the people across the state,
a similar performance he said
the Senate President was reenacting
in Abuja, noted that
the people of Oke Ero cast their
votes for the party that stands
for development, peace and
“The election result further
confirmed that Kwara APC
under the leadership of Dr.
Saraki remains the party to
beat and the Saraki political
family remains unshakeable,
contrary to insinuations from
some quarters in and outside
the State.
“The symbolism of this
election result is that beyond
all the propaganda in the
media and the schemes by
some opponents, Kwara people
remain united behind Saraki.
“It is worthy of note that
since the APC formed the
government at the federal
level, our party has not
recorded outstanding success
in any of the rescheduled or
bye-elections like we did last
“I therefore congratulates Dr.
Saraki, Governor Abdulfatah
Ahmed, members of the state
executive of the party, our new
state legislator, Hon. Afolayan
and the entire APC members
across the country”, Senator
Ibrahim stated.

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