PDP’s Senator Olujimi officially enters Ekiti governorship election race, submits nomination form (video)
– The party advises her to go through the guidelines of the constitution carefully and play according to the rules
Senator Biodun Olujimi of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has formally made her intentions known to contest in the coming governorship election in Ekiti state.
The lawmaker representing Ekiti south in the upper chamber has to that effect submitted her nomination and expression of interest forms to the PDP, notifying the party of her interest to contest the election scheduled to take place on May 8.
During ceremony on Friday, April 13, the party congratulated the senator who also serves as the deputy minority whip in the Senate for aspiring to the important office and advised her to go through the guidelines of the constitution carefully and play according to the rules.
Watch below as Senator Olujimi formally makes her intentions known to contest the Ekiti election.
NAIJ.com had earlier reported the deputy minority whip in the Senate, Senator Biodun Olujimi, has appealed to national leaders of the PDP to intervene in the crisis leading to the defection of some members of the party in Ekiti state.
Senator Olujimi warned that the crisis was not good for the party as the governorship election was fast approaching.
NAIJ.com gathered that Olujimi spoke in Ikere Ekiti on Friday, April 6, after inaugurating some projects in her district.
She vowed to remain in the PDP to fight for the right thing to be done.
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