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Ekiti 2018: Sunday Adebomi Declares Interest; Promises Better future


As race for  the 2018 Governorship election gathers momentum in Ekiti State, over forty aspirants are  now jostling for the number one seat in the state under the All Progressives Congress.

 A front line aspirant Cpt. Sunday Adebomi has however assured Ekiti people of his readiness to take the state to enviable heights.  

Adebomi gave the assurance while declaring his intention to vie for the Governorship ticket under the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC)  in his country home Ise-Ekiti, in Ise/Orun local government area of Ekiti State.

The aspirant while speaking with newsmen pointed out that the state has been ravaged by poor economy orchestrated by past leaders of the state, adding that he was ready to bring back the state to proper shape, so as to enable it compete among its contemporaries in the country.

Adebomi assured party faithful present at the occasion of his good intention to turn around the state's fortune if elected to rule the state.
 
Among his supporters who spoke with newsmen include a Youth leader, Yomi Osho, APC leader in the local Government Area, Kayode Egunjobi and the wife of the aspirant, Modupe Adebomi  all extolled the virtues of the aspirant.

The wife of the aspirant, Modupe Adebomi in an interview with newsmen explained that she received the prophetic message alongside the husband adding that women in the state would have their fare share in the government led by her husband.

In his address, the Director General, Sunday Adebomi Campaign Organisation, Yomi Osho explained that the aspirant knows where the shoe pinches Ekiti people, while assuring the gathering that the aspirant will bring the state to a lofty height.  

Other leaders who spoke with newsmen at the forum include APC Leader in the Local Government area, Kayode Egunjobi who expressed the readiness of the delegates at ensuring the aspirant clinch the ticket of the party.

Capt. Sunday Adebomi a native of Ise-Ekiti in Ekiti State, is a retired captain in the United States Marine Corps.

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