Osun 2018: Omisore loses SDP guber ticket



Former deputy governor of Osun state, Senator Iyiola Omisore, has failed to secure the gubernatorial ticket of the Social Democratic Party (SDP) in the state.
The SDP during their primary election for the gubernatorial aspirants yesterday elected an indigene of Iwo, Mr.
Munirudeen Kehinde Atanda, as the party’s flag bearer in the September 22 governorshipelection in the state.
The primary election which took place at the party’s secretariat located along Gbongan road, Osogbo, was held under tight security, asmembers of the party across the state voted for their preferred aspirants.
Though, on the ballot paper used for the primary, names of Senator Iyiola Omisore and Otunba Yemisi Oladeji, were boldly written, the duo were not physically present at the premises when the exercise took place.
Officials of both the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and National Orientation Agency (NOA) also witnessed the exercise.
Addressing party members after the exercise, the state chairman of SDP, Chief Ademola Ishola, told members to disregard insinuations that another faction of the party exists in the state maintaining that he remained the authentic leader of SDP in Osun.
He urged members of the party to reach out to nonaligned people of the state and members of other political parties to convince them on the need to support SDP in the coming election scheduled to hold in September this year.

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