Former deputy governor of Osun state, Senator Iyiola Omisore has debunked rumours making round that he has withdrawn from the 2018 governorship race in Osun State.
Senator Omisore in a statement issued by his media team said he is still going to contest in the September 22, 2018 governorship in the state.
He however hinted that he would not be contesting on the p,atform or the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
He described the rumours as the handiwork of his “political detractors and enemies of progress”.
His words: “This is to state emphatically that I, Senator Iyiola Omisore am still in the race for the governorship election in our dear Osun state scheduled to hold on September, 22, this year. My ambition to contest the governorship election remains intact and unshaking by the special grace of God. I am saying here that I have not and will not shy away from my determination to liberate the people of Osun state by serving them as the next governor of Osun state.”
Senator Omisore asked his supporters in and across Osun state to disregard the rumour of his withdrawal and continue to work and pray for his victory in the forthcoming election.
Omisore asked his opponents to stop the “display of all these desperate antics of telling/spreading of falsehood all in the name of achieving cheap political points,” stressing that it is glaring that my political detractors have again failed with this recent wicked lie.”
The former PDP chieftain however i tht he would not be Omisore however urged
Urging tthe people of the state and his supporters to be law abiding, and pray for a free, fair and peaceful governorship election. He boasted that “both the PDP and APC shall be struggling for distant 2nd position come September 22 2018,”
“With God on our side especially on the September 22, governorship election in Osun, our victory is certain. This project is not of man but of God, I am again appealing to my teeming supporters in and across Osun state and beyond to be steadfast, focused and committed to salvaging our dear state by joining hands with me in restoring the lost glory of our dear state,” he concluded.