Ijumu House Of Assembly: Ipinmisho Flags Off Campaign Project.By Samuel Oj Temibi


A foremost Kogi State political stakeholder of Ijumu extraction and an aspirant of Ijumu House of Assembly on the platform of African Democratic Congress(ADC), Otunba Shuaib Ipinmisho has flagged off campaign project ahead 2019 election.
Event which took place at ADC office at Iyara, headquarters Ijumu LGA. Kogi State during the official flag off of the party yesterday was witnessed by the State Chairman, Comrade Daniel Isah and some his executive members. In furtherance to the awareness campaign of the party, the campaign train of the party moved to Ogidi and Ekinrin Adde respectively for the launching of the party that witnessed a mammoth crowd in attendance were all the aspirants ranging from House of representatives down to House of Assembly in various Local governments.
While flagging off campaign project Ipinmisho tasked residents of Ijumu Constituency to exercise their franchise by voting for ADC in the upcoming election.
The leading aspirant for Ijumu House of Assembly further enjoined Nigerians to get themselves registered in the Continuous Voters Registration which will close on the 17th of August 2018 saying it is through their voters card their right of franchise can be fully exercised. Ipinmisho promised to give his constituents a distinct representation if elected into office.
Also speaking on the occasion, Dr Johnson Orungun who is the Candidate of Kabba_BUNU/Ijumu House of representatives lauds the people of Ijumu local government for their readiness to vote for ADC ahead of 2019.
Orungun also enjoined the residents of Ijumu Constituency to eschew selling their votes for whatever amount of money offer them by politicians saying selling votes is tantamount to selling their future and that of their unborn children.
The state chairman of ADC Comrade Daniel Isa expressed confidence stating that the party is ready to take the people to the promise land, the state chairman charged the youths to come out in their massive numbers by supporting the new visionary party.

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