2019 elections: My name on INEC final list is victory for resilience, says Kashamu

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Senator Buruji Kashamu, the Peoples Democratic Party governorship candidate in Ogun, says his emergence on INEC’s final list of candidates is a victory for resilience.

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the embattled Kashamu made the Independent National Electoral Commission final list of candidates for the 2019 general elections released on Thursday.

In reaction, Kashamu, through his Spokesperson, Austin Onyikor, said in Ijebu Ode that despite the announcement, “there was no victor, no vanquished.”

The senator, currently representing Ogun-East Senatorial District, urged party faithful to work together for victory at the polls.

He said with the publication of the final list of candidates by INEC, it was incumbent on all lovers of the party to close ranks and work to deliver Ogun for PDP.



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