Ondo governorship: Jimoh Ibrahim emerges candidate of Sheriff’s PDP faction

Despite a court order on Monday barring it from conducting a primary election, the Ali-Modu Sheriff’s faction of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Ondo State has picked Jimoh Ibrahim as its candidate in the forthcoming Ondo gubernatorial elections.

According to Nigerian Tribune, the primary which was held at the Banquet Hall of Premier Hotel, Ibadan was contested by five aspirants.

Other contenders in the primary were Olusola Ebiseni, Honourable Bamiduro Dada, Honourable Niran-Sule Akinsuyi and Abiye Ademuyegun.

Jimoh Ibrahim polled 502 votes while Olusola Ebiseni got 41 votes.

Ibrahim promised to create more jobs, while stating that he has integrity.

“I will only occupy one seat in Ondo State, the rest belongs to the people.

“I have managed over 8,000 workers, 16 companies and have two national honours. And when you talk of integrity, I have first class integrity.

“I will create jobs and make education meaningful by introducing school system to prepare a new standard future for our children,” he said.

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