Hon. Oses Emmanuel Eromosele enjoys more endorsement as Ward 7 Esan Central throw their weight behind him and all Labour Party Candidates!

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Hon. Oses Emmanuel Eromosele enjoys more endorsement as Ward 7 Esan Central throw their weight behind him and all Labour Party Candidates!

…….. Says they are fully set to change the status quo

…… As Esan Central State Constituency hopeful promises to attract attention to critical infrastructure In the area
, Hon. Oses Emmanuel Eromosele enjoys more endorsement as Ward 7 Esan Central throw their weight behind him and all  Labour Party Candidates!, KULOADED
As campaigns for next year’s general elections gather momentum, leadership of Esan Central Government State Constituency Ward 7 have unanimously taken a position to work for the victory of the Labour Party Candidate, in the area.

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This position was made known on Friday, when the Labour Party candidate standard-bearer for Esan Central State Constituency, Hon. Oses Emmanuel Eromosele and his campaign train visited the ward.

Speaking at the meeting, the ward leader of Labour Party, Barr. Godwin Oahimin, expressed their satisfaction in the candidacy of Hon. Oses Emmanuel Eromosele noting that he is highly intelligent, exposed, and has the passion to represent the interest of Esan Central people in the 8th assembly.

The woman leader of the ward, Mrs Lucia Idiagi assured the women that Hon. Oses Emmanuel Eromosele as a successful entrepreneur, shall consolidate on the entrepreneurial drive of women in the local government.

Mr. Ehis a youth leader of the party in the ward, took time reminisced on the antecedents of Hon. Oses Emmanuel Eromosele and what the Labour Party stands for, maintained the readiness of their ward to mobilise support for his victory.

In his response, the Esan Central Constituency next member thanked the leadership structure for the unflinching support and encouragement.

He expressed the readiness to get government to fix major infrastructure in the area.

He also called on other structures and interest groups to align with the party’s vision, and to vote for all Labour Party candidates in 2023.

The leaders later took turns to pray for the House of Assembly Hopeful.

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