SMATO Galvanizes PDP Members and Public Ahead of Local Government Elections At Iresapa

Hon. Ojo Sunday Makanjuola, representing the Ogo-Oluwa/Surulere Federal Constituency has galvanized PDP members and leaders in anticipation of the 2024 local government election in Iresa, Ogbomoso.

Makanjuola, who is popularly known as SMATO, recently met with constituents and members of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to prepare for the upcoming local government elections.

He urged the good people of Ogooluwa/Surulere Federal Constituency to support all PDP candidates.

According to a statement made available to newsmen by his media bureau on Wednesday, the gathering brought together a diverse array of party faithful and community members, marking a significant step towards ensuring unity and solidarity within the constituency.

Present at the meeting were notable leaders, including Hon. Oyebanji Folaranmi, Hon. Ogundiran Isreal, Hon. Ibrahim Gbodeniyi, and esteemed party leaders from both Ogooluwa and Surulere Local Governments.

During the assembly, Hon. Ojo Sunday Makanjuola delivered a stirring address, emphasizing the importance of maintaining the party’s unity and structure.

He urged attendees to remain steadfast in their commitment to the PDP and to work tirelessly towards securing victory in the upcoming elections.

Highlighting his recent intervention in the Oko Water Supply project, the federal lawmaker underscored his dedication to addressing critical infrastructure needs within the constituency.

His proactive stance towards community development continues to resonate positively with constituents, solidifying his position as a responsive and accountable representative.

As the elections draw near, Hon. Ojo Sunday Makanjuola’s leadership serves as a beacon of hope for the PDP and the community at large.

His commitment to fostering unity and progress underscores his vision for a vibrant and prosperous constituency.

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