Ondo Guber aspirant, Jimoh Ibrahim pays N100 million dues for APC members


A governorship aspirant under the platform of the All Progressives Congress, APC, ahead of the forthcoming governorship election in Ondo State, Jimoh Ibrahim, has disclosed that he has paid N100 million to enable some members of the party vote during the primaries of the party on April 10.

According to the business mogul, the payment was made to enable members of the party revalidate their membership in the party.

The national leadership of the party had instructed all members of the party in the state to pay their annual dues, due to the position of the party that only financial members would be allowed to vote during the primaries.

The party took the decision after disclosing that a direct mode of primary would be adopted to elect the standard-bearer of the party among the 16 aspirants seeking the party’s governorship ticket.

Speaking on why he made the payment, Ibrahim said, “I paid a sum of N100 million to the purse of our national secretariat as dues for some members of our party across the 18 local government areas of our state.

“It will prevent many of our members from being disenfranchised during the governorship primaries.”

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