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2023 Election: Ibadan Based Business Mogul Congratulates Kola Abiola, Urges Him To Sustain Father’s Legacy


Monday June 6, 2022

An Ibadan Based Business Mogul and a close ally of the winner of June 12 Presidential Election, Chief MKO Abiola, Alhaji Sufianu Kazeem popularly known as Su-Kazeem has congratulated the eldest son of Chief Abiola, Kola Abiola who recently won the Presidential ticket of the People’s Redemption Party (PRP).

Alhaji Kazeem in a release urged Kola Abiola to sustain his father’s legacy of good governance and care for all Nigerians if he becomes President of Nigeria.

The Chairman, Su-Kazeem Properties, Ibadan said that the he was pleased with the peaceful conduct of the primary election and thanked the party for providing the nation with credible alternative.

Alhaji Su-Kazeem described Kola Abiola as intelligent, hardworking and committed to every good cause just like his late Dad.

“Kola Abiola was the chairman of a bank for many years and he never soiled the name of his family in the mud even when those working with him then were all enmeshed various corruption cases.

Kola also settled all liabilities inherited by him after his late father, so it indeed gladdens our hearts to see him attained this feat”

Alhaji Su-Kazeem urged Nigerians to support a new breed politician who has proved beyond doubt that he’s capable of turning the Fortune of Nigeria around and move away from the old narrative of our leaders.

According to Alhaji Su-Kazeem, ” Kola Abiola is a self discipline with high level of integrity who never uses his wide connection across Africa and beyond to enriched himself or members of his family. It is then important for Nigerians to support this type of innovative, energetic and self discipline young Nigeria for the progress and development of our Great Nation.”

Kola Abiola won against Usman Bugaje, Patience Key and Gboluga Mosugu to pick the PRP ticket.

Mr Abiola is the first son of late M.KO Abiola, acclaimed winner of the June 12, 1993, annulled presidential election.

While Kola Abiola got 2,097 votes from across the 36 states including the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Mr Bugaje came second with 813 votes while Ms Key and Mr Mosugu got 329 and 263 votes to emerge third and fourth, respectively.

It was reported that a total of 3,625 delegates were accredited with 3,519 valid votes and 141 invalid votes.


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