Henrich Akomolafe has emerged the winner of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP primary for the seat of Ekiti-South Federal Constituency 1 in the House of Representatives.
The 29-year-old aspirant swept the party’s ticket unopposed, Naija News understands.
Akomolafe who said he was inspired to contest by the not too young to rule agenda, was the only aspirant that appeared before the screening committee of the PDP.
The Ikere indigene while expressing his joy for clinching the party’s ticket said he is passionate about better representation and that he wanted to give life to the ‘Not Too Young To Run’ Act.
“I want to show my appreciation to the incoming governor, Bisi Kolawole for his countless support in making my ambition a reality, knowing the fact that he had stated it clearly that youth involvement in governance is one of his major political agenda,” Akomolafe said.
He added: “I am grateful for his interest and I owe him a sense of duty to ensure that we deliver on this mandate and more significantly that we redefine what quality representation is, especially for the people of Ikere, Ise, Orun and Ekiti South-West.
“I acknowledge the effort of the entire Àtúnkọ́ team, home and abroad. The PDP supporters, the community and importantly our Royal fathers the Ogoga of Ikere, Oba Adejimi Adu-Alagbado and The Olukere, Oba Ganiyu Obasoyin who have been unequivocal in their support.
“By the Grace of God and by the will of men who have been by my side since day one, on February 25, 2023, this mandate shall be sealed and we shall commence our rebuilding journey fully.”
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