You are wasting your time over my certificate- Agboola Ajayi tells Emodamori
Ondo State Deputy Govenor, Agboola Ajayi said he is Supremely Qualified to become Ondo state next Governor.
Ajayi noted that the letter authorised by Akure based lawyer, Femi Emodamori is designed to create doubt in the minds of the ever- increasing members of the Zenith Labour Party.
Ajayi in a a statement issued by ZLP Publicity Secretary, Felix Olatunde , said the letter written by Emodamori is not only funny but laughable
The statement reads, “The Zenith Labour Party is well aware of the attempt to create doubt in the minds of our ever-increasing members and indeed voters concerning our popular and widely accepted candidate, Hon Agboola Ajayi.
We just read a funny ultimatum to the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC by someone who claims to be a lawyer obviously acting on the prodding of some political adventurers.
“We are aware of the clout chasing effort of those behind the lawyer in this attempt to tout an ultimatum that is futile in its entirety.
“While we know that INEC is capable of taking care of itself and its operations, we state without any equivocation that our candidate was well aware of the preplanned effort now being executed hence he submitted the minimum qualification required by law.
“We state that such distracting darts have little or no effect on the growing popularity of our candidate.
“Several efforts in the past to hinder the political rise of our candidate have failed woefully and the current effort to hinder him will equally fail.We urge our teeming members and supporters to proceed without any fear with ongoing mobilisation and campaign efforts towards ousting the outgoing governor and the APC.
“We assure that by the grace of God and the votes of the teeming majority who are tired of the underperformance and nepotism of the outgoing governor, the ZLP will win this election fair and square and no rabble rousing litigant can change the course of history”
Signed Felix OlatundePublicity Secretary,Zenith Labour Party