The Executive Secretary, Ayedire Local Government Council Area of the state, Mr Gbenga Ogunkanmi, stated this while speaking at the mega rally held at Iwo City Stadium.
Ogunkanmi said Aregbesola is not a candidate to beat in the August 9, 2014 governorship election, adding that with the massive supports from the people, Aregbesola’s second term is certain.
He commended the people of the constituency for trooping out to welcome Aregbesola at the rally, urging them to also vote massively for Aregbesola on the election.
“I commend the people of Ayedire, Iwo and Olaoluwa Local Government Council Areas for the warm reception they gave to Aregbesola at rally. The crowd was impressive and no one needed to tell us that Aregbesola enjoys maximum support and loyalty from Iwo Federal Constituency.
“From time immemorial, Iwo is ever progressive and we are proud to be progressives. The mammoth crowd at the rally is not surprising, because our loyalty and supports for Aregbesola’s re-election is undoubted.
“I will only urge our people to come out with full force as they did at the rally to vote for Aregbesola on election day. The electorate is our strength. We recognise them and we appreciate them. We urged them to continue supporting Aregbesola till and after winning the August 9 governorship election.”
Ogunkanmi attributed Aregbesola’s popularity and support from the people to what he described as numerous developmental projects and the transformation of the state.
The executive secretary stated that only a retrogressive and hypocrite would not appreciate Aregbesola’s achievements and efforts towards the development of the state. He maintained that no administration has ever touched the state positively like Aregbesola has done in just a term, saying that the governor deserves a second term.
According to him, the governor has fulfilled all his campaign promises and as well implemented all his six-point integral action plans. Ogunkanmi challenged the People Democratic Party (PDP) and other parties contesting for the governorship election to state their manifestos, if they have any.