Ahead of the July 20, 2020 APC Primaries in Ondo State, the Ibi Giga Ambassadors, has activated and empowered its 15,045 Unit Canvassers across the 203 electoral wards in the 18 local governments of the State to boost the second term project of Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu.
Ibi Giga Ambassadors is a foremost support group that is championing the re-election of Oluwarotimi Akeredolu SAN.
It will be recalled that Ibi Giga Ambassadors recently boosted the re-election Campaign Team of Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu with thirty (30) vehicles and to further forge ahead with the “Aketi for 2nd Term” vision, a 5-man team of Canvassers per Unit has now been activated to publicise this noble cause.
In a Press Statement, Prof. Lanre Olu-Adeyemi, the Director General of Ibi Giga Ambassadors, said 15,045 Unit Canvassers have been carefully chosen to cover the grounds in all the 3009 electoral units of Ondo State.
These Unit Canvassers consist of youths, men and women who are convinced that Governor Akeredolu has impacted positively on the majority of the generality of the people and therefore deserves a 2nd Term.
The Convener of Ibi Giga Ambassadors, Chief Alex Ajipe, applauded the activation of this Unit Canvassers across the state.
Chief Ajipe, politics is all about planning strategically and getting prepared for any eventuality.
“The re-election of Arakunrin Akeredolu is a task that must be done in the interest of the people of Ondo State in general.
“We can no longer leave the helms of affairs of the State in the hands of charlatans and ill-prepared leaders who are only seeking power at all cost,” Ajipe said.
The statement signed by Mr. YinkaSalard Akinterinwa, the Media Director of the Ibi Giga Ambassadors, indicates that “the re-election of Akeredolu is a plough that we have in our hands and there is no going back.
“Every legitimate political approach must be employed to achieve this goal. Interestingly the voting populace are more than all the politicians put together and the singsong on their lips is “Aketi Lekan Si.”