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Ekiti and Osun are not the same!

By Kola Folorunso

 In the wake of euphoria of apologists of power-power on the outcome of the recent governorship election in Ekiti where contrary to rational expectations, Ayo Fayose defeated Kayode Fayemi.

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Some concerned stakeholders have been expressing fears on the forthcoming governorship election in Osun. Let all bring to remembrance that the APC candidate Rauf Aregbesola and his major contender are far apart, the dramatis personae are different and distinctively unique when you consider their attributes and charismatic



The reverse of Ekiti is certainly the situation in Osun where Aregbesola has clearly demonstrated his harmonious connection with the grassroots in sharp contrast to his main opponent whose disconnect to the populace is very obvious because of his pride and fake prowess. Pedigree, antecedents Integrity and lack of it between the candidates would more than anything else determine where the pendulum would switch on 9th August instant. This is hoping that the wishes of the electorates as would be demonstrated by the votes cast would count.

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