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Ogun APC Ambassadors Recieves Large Turnout In The First Meeting In Abeokuta South

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The popular political group under the All Progressives Congress APC, Ogun APC Ambassadors, Abeokuta South has received large turnout as the politicians troop out in masses to attend the first meeting in Abeokuta South.

The Political group had in attendance, Hon Shuaib Lanre Shotunde, Former Vice Chairman Abeokuta North East LCDA who double as State P.R.O of the group, he encouraged the members to put membership drive paramount as the group will give back to it's members dividends of democracy.






Also, he admonished that unity in harmony should be put to place to ensure smooth delibration and operation within the group.

"We should be ready to be important in the group as we have stake as a member of the group, we are not rebel, we are a particular group under the All Progressive Congress APC and we are protecting the group to maintain success for the ruling party across Nigeria." He said.

Hon. Lukmon Adelaja also explained the importance of the group to all members at the meeting, The coordinator of the local government Hon. Ekundayo who is Former Councilor in the local government implored all members of Abeokuta South to join the moving train irrespective of group or party affiliation so far it's interest of the party at large.

However, Hon. Shotunde Lanre Former Vice Chairman Abeokuta North East LCDA who double as State Public Relations Officers of the group, charged the leaders to remain active and positive influencing other politicians into the group.
The meeting accommodated many members of Dapo Abiodun political group to the APC Ambassadors, after many complains and vowed to work with in the progress of the group.

The members displayed excitement during the meeting as some of the members said the group ought to have been in place long ago since it is affiliated to the party APC.

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