DACA to Hold Thanksgiving Service In Ogun.

By Akeem Akilo

Ogun State, Nigeria – Dapo Abiodun Continuity Agenda (DACA), a political support group for the Governor of Ogun State, His Excellency Dapo Abiodun, is set to hold a thanksgiving service in the three Senatorial Districts of the State. The service is to celebrate the victory of the All Progressives Congress (APC) at the 2023 general elections and the victory of Governor Dapo Abiodun at the election tribunal.

This special event will be held on Sunday 5th, November 2023 at 11 a.m. in the following locations:
Venue: CCC, Ago-Iwoye 1
Time: 11 am

Venue: Salem Evangelical Church of Christ, Itunu Itura (From Anywhere at Abeokuta, take a cab to Adatan, take a bike from Adatan to Soetan Street, End Okearegba or If you are coming from the Carwash, take a bike from the road beside AMORAAN building to Soetan Street, End Okearegba)
Time: 11 am

Venue: Anglican Church, Ilaro
Time: 11 am

The Thanksgiving Service will be a moment of gratitude and reflection, as DACA acknowledges the support and dedication of its members, volunteers, and the people of Ogun State throughout the 2023 general elections, electioneering campaign and tribunal process. Governor Dapo Abiodun’s victory signifies a significant milestone in the progress and development of Ogun State, and DACA is proud to be part of this achievement.

In a statement released by the group State Coordinator, Hon. (Prince) Engr. Segun Kaka, the group expressed gratitude to God for the victory at the polls and the victory at the election tribunal. The group also thanked the people of Ogun State for their support and commitment to the APC and the Governor.

“DACA is committed to ensuring the continuity of the Abiodun administration and the success of the APC in Ogun State. The group is confident that with the support of the people, the Governor will continue to deliver good governance and take the state to greater heights.

“DACA looks forward to the participation of all stakeholders, supporters, and well-wishers in these significant events. Together, we can continue to build a brighter future for Ogun State,” he said.

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