APC primaries: Isin KWHA Aspirant, Adejoke Adeyemi Meets Party Chairman

Says ‘There’s hope for women’

A female All Progressive Congress (APC) aspirant from Isin local government, Adejoke Adeyemi has rounded up consultation with elders, youths, women and other stakeholders in her constituency ahead of the party’s primary election.

Adejoke, who rounded up her consultation with a meeting with the APC state chairman, Prince Sunday Fagbemi expresses hope that the APC primary election will produce the best outcome, especially for women aspirants.

While speaking with journalist after her meeting with the state party chairman, Prince Sunday Fagbemi at the party secretariat, Isin State Assembly aspirant, Adejoke Adeyemi said that, there’s hope for women aspirants in the race and the conducive atmosphere provided for women is a positive sign.

According to her, the party has given us platform and we have been working day and night, meeting with stakeholders and leaders of the party and we are hopeful.

Adejoke, who was born in 1989 is a United States based returnee is from Oke-Onigbin ward, in Isin local government.

She attended Kwara State College of Education,Ilorin and Special Education, Region 19, Midland, Texas.

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