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A former governor of Osun state and a leader of the African Democratic Congress in the state, Prince Olagunsoye Oyinlola has informed supporters of the party to exchange handshake with voters at polling centres in order to remind them to vote for the party’s governorship candidate, Alhaji Fatai Akinbade in the September 22nd election.
Since the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has banned political parties from campaigning and flaunting party logos at polling centres during elections, supporters should remind electorate to vote for ADC by hand shaking them.
Oyinlola revealed this political strategy while addressing crowd of ADC supporters at the party’s mega rally in Ile-Ife on Thursday.
According to the former governor, members of ADC could also sing some songs exclusive to the party to arouse the consciousness of voters to Akinbade.
Oyinlola who spoke in Yoruba language assured supporters of victory at the poll claiming that the ruling All Progressives Congress has failed Osun people.
Also speaking, a former governor of Oyo state, Senator Rasheed Ladoja described Akinbade as a trustworthy politician who is poised towards liberating the people of the state.
Ladoja claimed that things went wrong in the governance of Oyo and Osun states after himself and Oyinlola left office.