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PDP nominates former LG boss to replace deceased South West chairman

BY TIMOTHY AGBOR, OSOGBO

The People’s Democratic Party in Osun State has nominated a former chairman of Irepodun Local Government Area of the state, Kamarudeen Ajisafe, as a replacement for Soji Adagunodo, the erstwhile South West chairman of the party, who died in May.

A communique signed by the state PDP chairman, Sunday Bisi, made available on Wednesday, said Ajisafe’s choice was arrived at during a stakeholders’ meeting of the party, held in Osogbo.

The approval of Ajisafe’s nomination was however subject to the ratification of the national leadership of the party.

The party stakeholders also deliberated on the composition of the local government caretaker committee and resolved that one person each should be nominated from the 332 wards in the state for consideration.

The communique further read, “As directed by the national leadership of the party and in consultation with leaders of the party in the zone, the meeting nominated Barrister Ajisafe Kamarudeen to fill the vacant zonal South West chairmanship position of the party, subject to final ratification by the national office of the party.

“The meeting also deliberated on the composition of the local government caretaker committee members in the state. Stakeholders of the party in all the 332 wards were therefore directed to present a nominee each for consideration for the caretaker committee to be constituted soonest.

“The stakeholders were given a week to submit the names of the nominees for onward presentation to and consideration of the leader of the party, who will then forward the nominees to the state Assembly.”

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