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Tuesday 1 May 2018

Senator Kola Ogunwales Workers Day Message

My heart goes out to Osun State workers that are begging for their salaries despite the fact that they are performing their duties...

I feel the pains of the workers in Osun State that even if they will get anything they end up getting half of one month salary from several months areas...

My thought is with my fellow men in Osun State that are struggling to keep their families from starvation not because they are lazy or foolish but because the state is in the hands of evil people that cares less about workers' welfare...

I sympathise with the wives and mothers that bear the brunt of the whole scenario, some becoming victims of transfer of aggression from the husbands that are striving under the yokes of the frustration brought upon them by the APC government...

What does Osun workers under the Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola led APC have to be happy about, except that God almighty is still keeping us alive and miraculously helping us to keep our families together?

But I can see bright lights coming our paths this year (2018), when I take over as the 5th Executive Governor of Osun State.

To this I have surrendered myself to be used of God to liberate my state and I have my blueprints well documented and ready to hit the ground running from the blast of the whistle.

I need your support so that together we can give it all it takes to deliver our people from the slavery of APC.


I remain yours sincerely, Senator Felix Kolawole Ogunwale (Jumokol), Osun State Gubernatorial Hopeful Under The Umbrella of Official Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Nigeria

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