It is time to rise together, get the job done – Tola Banjo

Barring any last minute change, on Thursday 26th of May 2022, the All Progressive Congress will conduct the party’s primary election to determine who will fly the party’s flag come 2023 general election for the various seats at the House of Representatives across the country.

It is no longer news that a former Deputy Speaker, Ogun state House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Tola Idris Banjo has throw his hat in the ring to represent the people of Ijebu Central Federal Constituency ( Ijebu North East, Odogbolu, Ijebu-Ode) at the National Assembly in furtherance of the Constituency collective growth and rapid development.


Recall that Hon. Banjo declared his intentions to contest not quite long where he maintained that for APC to win or come out victorious, APC leaders, executives and delegates should make sure that they field candidates with credibility, network of friendship, Popularity and proven evidence of track records in the forthcoming general elections.

He stated unequivocally that he is the most qualified and best candidate for the job going by his antecedents and previous records. 

Hon. Banjo reiterated his determination to replicate what he is known for.

“I have done it before and I will do it again” “A vote for Rt. Hon. Tola Banjo is a vote for emancipation, liberation restoration and resuscitation of Ijebu-Ode, Odogbolu, Ijebu North East Federal Constituency from the shackles of past misrepresentation and legislative redundancy” 

The ex lawmaker maintained that National Assembly is not for idle hands, but for people who have genuine interest to liberate the people at heart by coming up with laws capable of turning the fortune of the country fir good and those who have truly navigated through the rudiments of legislature. 

He called on delegates of APC in the three local government areas that make up the federal Constituency to once again give him the mandate and promised never to disappoint them rather do more than what he has in his last couple of years in terms of communities and human development with qualitative and efficient legislation.

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