Thursday, 31 July 2014

PDP Govt Will Operate Open Door Policy In Osun – Omisore

The gubernatorial candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Osun State, Senator Iyiola Omisore has promised to operate an open door policy if elected governor of the state. He said that this will enable him to attend to all and sundry in the scheme of things, adding that he would only embark on people-oriented programmes and projects. The governorship candidate who made the pledge while addressing a mammoth crowd and party supporters at Okinni in Egbedore local government area of the state gave assurance that his administration would do all it could to see that their welfare is taken care of. Omisore stated that salaries of civil servants and allowances of retirees would be paid as at when due while other sectors in the state would not be left unattended to. The governorship candidate, however, charged people of the state to work hand in hand with the PDP to oust the present administration if they want to fully enjoy the dividends of democracy. Omisore who was a deputy governor of the state also appealed to the people to come out en masse and cast their votes for PDP on August 9. He warned them against violence and untoward acts that could disturb electoral process, and advised them to be law abiding during the electioneering period.

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