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Ondo 2020: Deputy Governor, Ajayi Accept Defeat In Good Faith

Ajayi who made this known to Naija news in a statement via his media aide, Allen swore said he fought a good fight. Accepting the defeat in Good faith, Ajayi also said that the people have spoken, and he has accepted the outcome in good faith, knowing fully well that it was a race against different forces.

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Agboola Backs Down, Agrees To Return Official Vehicles

The Deputy Governor of Ondo State, Agboola Ajayi, has reacted to his defeat at the  Primary election of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) which was held yesterday.

Ajayi who made this known to Naija news in a statement via his media aide, Allen swore said he fought a good fight. Accepting the defeat in Good faith, Ajayi also said that the people have spoken, and he has accepted the outcome in good faith, knowing fully well that it was a race against different forces.

He, however, revealed that he remained undaunted and resolute about the commitment to a people-oriented government against personalised democracy.
Naija News reported that Mr Eyitayo Jegede, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN)  defeated Mr Ajayi and six others in the election that held at Dome centre, Akure, the state capital with  888 votes while the deputy governor polled 657 votes.

Mr Jegede also won the PDP primary in 2016, and flew the flag of the party in that year’s governorship election, a contest he lost to Governor Rotimi Akeredolu of the All Progressives Congress.



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