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#OsunDecides2022: APC Candidate, Oyetola, Wife Cast Their Votes

#OsunDecides2022: APC Candidate, Oyetola, Wife Cast Their Votes - [Video]

The incumbent Governor and candidate for the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the Osun State 2022 election, Gboyega Oyetola has cast his vote.

Naija News understands that the politician and his wife, Kafayat, exercised their civic rights just immediately after arriving at their polling unit this morning.

Governor Oyetola had before his arrival at the polling unit admonished electorates to stay clear of violence in the ongoing gubernatorial election in the state.

Watch below the moment Oyetola and his wife arrived their polling unit.

Oyetola is hoping to retain the governorship seat under the platform of the ruling APC. On his official Twitter page this morning, Oyetola encouraged voters to maintain orderliness as they exercise their civic rights.

While praying for a peaceful, free, fair and credible election, the governor appealed to APC members to portray the party and themselves in the best possible form.

He tweeted: “My good people of Osun, As we go to the polls today, let us go about it peacefully. Let us eschew violence, brigandage, disorderliness or anything that could disrupt the peaceful atmosphere we all have been enjoying in the State.

“As stakeholders, it is our responsibility to ensure that Osun maintains its status as the most peaceful state in Nigeria.

“Let me in particular appeal to members and supporters of our great party, the All Progressives Congress, APC, to exercise their civic rights peacefully.

“However, portray yourselves and the party in the best possible form of comportment and orderliness.I equally urge other political gladiators to promote peace and tranquillity. Our peaceful coexistence supersedes any political ambition.

“Therefore, I wish us all a peaceful, free, fair and credible election. God be with us. Amen.”

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