The Accord Political Party announced on Tuesday that it has finalised plans to organise enormous rallies in three South Western States to help elect its candidates in the general elections of 2023.
The party announced the locations of the rallies in a statement following the Accord (Southwest) Stakeholders meeting on Monday in Lagos.
The rallies would take place in the states of Oyo, Ogun, and Lagos.
The statement was reportedly signed by the South West National Vice Chairman, Mogaji Sunday Igbinsola, and the National Chairman, Rev. Isaac Adeniyi.
“The South West caucus of Accord pledges unreserved allegiance to total adherence to the party’s constitution and the leadership of the National Chairman, Rev’d Isaac Adeniyi.
“The National Chairman mandates all candidates of the party to align themselves to the new leadership of the party in their states, towards necessary rectification of their candidacy.
“The South West Zonal working committee will organise a Southwest mega campaign for all the candidates of Accord in the South West zone in Ibadan, Lagos and Abeokuta in January 2023 ahead of the general elections,” the communique reads in part.
It called on the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to respect the rule of law concerning the Sept. 1 court orders on the Accord party’s legitimate leadership.
The communique said that some of the party leaders in attendance at the zonal meeting include: Rev’d Isaac Adeniyi, the new National Chairman of Accord; Mogaji Sunday Igbinsola, the South West, National Vice chairman and Mr Dele Oladeji, the Chairman, Accord, Lagos State.
Others are The Accord Chairmen of Oyo, Ogun and Ekiti States, Messrs Ademola Adeniji, Michael Oke and Sunday Fasae respectively, representatives from Osun and Ondo States and candidates of the party from the zone.
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