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Deputy governor urges APC faithful to revalidate membership

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By OLALEKAN AYENI --- Ogun State Deputy Governor Noimot Salako-Oyedele has urged All Progressives Congress (APC) members to register at their wards, to enable the party remain the best in Nigeria.

She spoke on Wednesday at the launch of registration and revalidation of the APC at Ward 3, Ota.

Salako-Oyedele said members are expected to come out en masse to register, revalidate their membership and canvass for more people to join force in making the party great in the state.

She said: “Politics is a game of number, not a social club. It exists through large numbers of members. Therefore, I enjoin every member to work harder to gain more people for the party.

"It is our responsibility to get as many people as possible to join our party. Politics is a game of numbers.  It is not a social club, there is no exclusion. Let us encourage our people, lead them to where they would register and vote during election.

“Since the inception of this administration, we’ve been trying our best to do what you sent us to do in Abeokuta. We know that we’ve not been able to do all, but you can see we are doing it gradually, and we shall get there.  Our Excellency, Prince Dapo Abiodun is doing well and will ensure our people enjoy dividends of democracy”, she said.

Salako-Oyedele urged all members to always use their real names and correct phone numbers while registering for clearer identity to enable them have access to their benefits when it comes.

She enjoined both new and existing members to desist from segregation to enable them have smooth and successful operations of the exercise.

Salako-Oyedele also call on all security agencies in the state to give adequate security for the registration exercise that would run from now till February 25th 2021.

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