The National Legal Adviser of Alliance for Democracy (AD), Mr Kehinde Aworele, on Monday said that there was no crack in the party’s ranks.
Aworele stated this during the official presentation of flag to the governorship candidate of the party in the Nov. 26 election, Chief Olusola Oke, in Akure.
He said that the initial rift in the party was a mere misunderstanding on issues of Oke’s candidacy, which according to him, has been resolved amicably.
He added that the court case involving the party with its candidate had been withdrawn.
“The virtue of being here with this mammoth crowd shows that there is no crack in AD,” Aworele said.
Also speaking, Sen. Mojisoluwa Akinfehinwa, national leader of the party, said that the party would rescue the state from ”13 years of wilderness” on Nov. 26.
Akinfehinwa said that Oke was a man of integrity, who would take the state to the promise land, and urged the electorate in the state to come en masse to vote for the candidate.
He asked the people not to hobnob with political parties enmeshed in crises, saying that AD was only party without crisis in the state.
Similarly, the National Chairman of the party, Chief Joseph Avazi, noted that the party was poised for real change, saying that pure democracy was being revealed by the party.
Avazi said that AD would serve the state and the country better if voted into power.
Appreciating his supporters, Oke said that AD was returning for complete transformation, adding that he would be in a hurry to deliver good governance if elected.
Oke promised that he would take the state to era of plenty, assuring that he would not destroy but build on good legacy of the state.
He said that he would revive moribund companies to create employment, adding that people’s wellbeing would be his priority.
The governorship candidate urged his supporter to shun campaign of calumny and hatred. (NAN)