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A group, Buhari/Osinbajo Re-election Group (BOREG) from the 18 local government of Ondo state said it had concluded arrangements on mobilization of voters across the state to facilitate the re-election of President Muhammadu Buhari and his deputy,Prof. Yemi Osinbajo in the 2019 polls.

They urged Nigerians not to underrate the forces of corruption that were fighting forcefully to regain power in the country.

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Rather, the group said it should summon courage as they approach 2019 general elections and permanently neutralize these negative political forces in the land.

At the group’s secretariat on Oyemekun road,Akure, its coordinator, Basorun Wale Oyewole said efforts should be geared towards mobilizing eligible voters in the state to join the crusade for continuity of Buhari and Osinbajo in office because of their laudable achievements.

The meeting was attended by party leaders and groups across the 18 local government areas of the state.

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At the meeting were Dr Jide Owoka, Captain S.O Oyepata (rtd) Hon Wale Akintimehin Alhaji S.A Idris, Alhaji I.A Oloruntoba, Hon Omoogun, Hon Rahman Rotimi (former APC State Secretary) and Deacon Samson Ojetayo.

Others are Bola Awodola, Mrs Kehinde Adeniran, Hon Lekan Obolo,Barr Bisi Ayeni,Chief A.Garuba and Hon.O.Olakunle among others.

The group appreciated the kindness of Nigerian Ambassador to the Republic of Togo,Sola Iji for fulfilling his promise of donating campaign vehicles including 12 cars and three buses with fourteen giant billboards to support the election campaign group.

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The meeting resolved that the group would work for all candidates of the party,stressing that members would not involve in any anti-party activities.

It acknowledged the long-suffering of many party members that have not benefitted from the system and promised that they would be rewarded eventually.

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