Ladoja goes spiritual over 2015


Ahead of 2015 general elections in the country and governorship election in Oyo State, former governor of the state, Senator Rashidi Ladoja, has gone spiritual by holding an interdenominational service in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital.

At the ceremony, which was held at the Housing Corporation Football field, Bodija to herald the New Year, Ladoja, who is the national leader of the Accord Party (AP), warned party members to shun violence as the party prepares for the 2015 general elections.

Ladoja, who is the Ashipa Olubadan of Ibadanland, warned that the party would not condole any act of violence from any member of the party no matter how highly placed, reminding party members “how important it is to be in harmony to pull efforts together for the progress of the party.” He urged party members across the state to work harder so that Accord could win overwhelmingly in the coming elections.

The special interdenominational service had Moslem and Christian clerics as well as traditional worshippers in attendance and they offered prayers for the nation, and the party.

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