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Osun guber: ADP candidate charges security personnel to be professional

Osun SSG, Alhaji Moshood Adeoti.
Osun SSG, Alhaji Moshood Adeoti.

The gubernatorial candidate of the Action Democratic Party, (ADP) in the September 22nd election in Osun state, Alhaji Moshood Adeoti on Wednesday charged security agencies that would be deployed for the election to be professional in their conduct.

Speaking at a rally in Ede, he urged the people of the state to vote for him.

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He said, “I will be sworn in on the 27 November as the Governor of this state. When we were taking Rauf Aregbesola round then, we told him that he would be sworn in, and he was sworn in. By the Grace of God, I am going to be sworn in on November 27.

He promised that his administration would ensure payment of workers salary on the 25 of every month, saying he has done it when he was the Chairman of Iwo Local Government.

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He said the present administration has only deceived workers with promotion without telling them when it will be effective, saying “when I become Governor by the grace of God, promotion of workers will be effective from January.

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