The Undo Governorship Contestants have Vowed not to Step Down for The Deputy Gov.

Dr Eddy Olafeso
The Undo state  Governorship aspirants have Vowed never to step down for the defected deputy governor in the party's primary on July 22.

The five Contestants from the party (PDP) include Dr Eddy Olafeso, Godday Erewa, Hon Banji Okunomo, Chief Sola Ebiseni and Senator Boluwaji Kunlere and according to report, they have rejected some credible and incredible offers that was made to them by the deputy governor in order to buy them off the contest.

And this men are so desperate to make sure that the defected deputy governor do not seat on that seat of the governor as they have already started speaking separately  on  behalf of others.

These five men from the southern senatorial district in undo state have been able to found out that the consensus from the zone was no longer visible.

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"I think it will not be an easy thing  for these aspirants to withdraw from this contest because, they have invested and have also spent so much money in so many ways and all for the seat of the governor..so for this reason,I don't think it will really be an easy thing for them to step down.And again, our people will never get the kind of reliable, integrated and accountable government they have wanted if they do not stop collecting money from the politicians in order to vote for them".Dr Eddy Olageso said.

And he also said that it is better them go for it and after the primaries, they will now decide if they are going serve according to the people's will.

Another aspirant, Erewa has also given his own speech concerning the consensus saying that there will no need for that since they have bought the forms and also it's remaining few days to the election and since the only thing they have in common is that they don't want the deputy governor to be automatically imposed as the candidate, so anyone who has the strength should should come out and contest.

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