It was a moment of joy on Eid-il-Filtr celebration day when Prince Adedoyin Jokotex Movement (PAJ) led by their symbol Prince Adedoyin Ogunbiyi Oyeneye yesterday May 13,2021 inaugurated the group’s campaign team both at the LGA and the five political wards in Ikorodu North LCDA.
The event commenced with press conference granted to media houses at 12pm where Prince Adedoyin Jokotex, the group’s symbol contesting with other aspirants in the forthcoming LG/LCDA May 29 primary election responded to all questions regarding to good governance in the grassroot level and his blueprint to move Ikorodu North forward. At exactly 3:30pm,the inauguration process began with opening prayer led by Mr S.O.B Tunde Adetunji.
The group’s General Secretary,Mr Adeyemi H.A welcomed all members to the event once again with the group’s slogan, “ADEDOYIN DE! IMOLE DE!!” He explained the rationale behind the the structure and the antecedent of their nomination which was borne out of their track record in their various political wards and their contributions toward development of our dear party, All Progressive Congress (APC).
Hon Kamal Ajiboye addressed everyone present at the event and charged them with responsibilities to work earnestly to change the narrative of governance in Ikorodu North LCDA by meeting all the party card carrying members in their ward to vote for Prince Adedoyin Jokotex in the primary election.
The group’s general secretary then called out all LGA and Ward campaign committee members led by the DG,Mr Saheed Adebamowo for proper inauguration. Prince Adedoyin Jokotex during his address appreciated everybody that graced the occasion.
He noted they could have been in their various houses making merry of Eld-ul-fitr but were their because of the trust they have in him and their commitment to bring desire change to Ikorodu North LCDA polity.
He therefore inaugurated the LGA Campaign team members while the General Secretary sworn in all the five political wards campaign team members. Below are the various photographs of the event;