Kwara: Opposition parties plotting to disrupt 2023 governorship , state assembly elections – AbdulRazaq 

The Kwara state governor, AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, has urged members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) to be weary of opposition parties plotting to disrupt next Saturday’s governorship and House of Assembly elections in the state. 

He charged members of the APC to sustain the momentum of the victory recorded at last Saturday’s presidential/ National Assembly polls and canvass for votes from all eligible voters in the state to guarantee the success of the party at the polls. 

“We must not relent because of the success recorded in previous elections. We must redouble our efforts to consolidate on the success. We must continue to canvass and campaign for our party and all our candidates. We must all come out and vote next Saturday,” AbdulRazaq said Saturday evening at APC Adewole ward meeting in Ilorin west local government area. 

The governor called on party supporters to be peaceful and wary of the opposition elements who may want to disrupt the electoral process.

“By the grace of God, we will win Saturday’s governorship and House of Assembly elections. Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu acknowledges the support, and he has asked me to thank all of you.

“The opposition knows they can’t win this election. They are bent on disrupting the process. Don’t allow that. Come out peacefully and ensure that you vote for APC massively. Don’t resort to violence. We shall win this election, in Shaa Allaah,” he said.