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Friday, August 26, 2016

ONDO 2016: JIMOH IBRAHIM PASSES PDP SHERIFF'S FACTION GOVERNORSHIP SCREENING

Ondo State governorship hopeful, Barrister Jimoh Ibrahim, OFR, has passed the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, gubernatorial screening. The 5-man screening committee, chaired by Yunisa Mohammed, was constituted by the party's National Chairman, Senator Ali Modu Sheriff.

This development came Thursday in Abuja after the Hon. Ibrahim Bakauyi-led 3-man congress committee submitted the results of the successful party congress held on August 15 in all the 203 wards of Ondo State to Sheriff. Five gubernatorial aspirants were screened.

They are Barrister Jimoh Ibrahim, Abiye Ademoyegun (Mrs), Sola Ebiseni, Niran Sule and Bamiduro Dada. All the aspirants expressed confidence and approval of the outcome of the congress where delegates were elected for the eventual election of the party's governorship flagbearer.

It was on the premise of their confirmation of confidence in the delegate election that the national chairman underlined the importance of transparency in democracy and maintained that such fundamental democratic norm would be the guiding principle in the party.
"The first cardinal response to party politics is transparency. If you miss it, you will never get it right," he said.

But feelers gathered so far pointed to the fact that Jimoh Ibrahim would eventually emerge the party's governorship candidate by consensus given his intimidating political and business profiles business profiles which are the requirements needed to take the state out of its present state of doldrums to the next level of socio-economic fortunes.

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