Kosofe Bye Election: Osobu joins race, Says No APC candidate endorsed to succeed late Braimoh's seat
By www.kosofepost.com | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 0 views
The former Secretary to the Local Government (SLG) to Agboyi Ketu Local Council Development Area (LCDA) in Lagos, the CEO of Morade Farms and Elevation Paints, Hon. Gbenga Osobu, over the weekend joined the list of aspirants vying for the vacant Kosofe constituency 2 seat occasioned as a result of the death of the former lawmaker, Hon. Tunde Braimoh.
Following the press statement released by Osobu's intimating the people of Kosofe on his ambition last weekend. He was contacted over the claims and counterclaims surrounding the endorsement of the former Audit board commision member, Hon. Abiodun Akhigbe as Braimoh's replacement.
"In his response the journalist, Gbenga said "No party member should be coarse into endorsing any aspirants, the public should not be mislead. He insisted that all aspirants should be given a level playing field, the more the merrier."
"If they insisted that consensus candidate has been picked let them tell the public the 5 Ws (and one H)," he said.
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