Kolapo Kola-Daisi, candidate of the Accord for Oyo South Senatorial District in 2023 general elections has congratulated, Barrister Sharafadeen Alli, the senator-elect.
Kola-Daisi in a statement personally signed by him and made available to newsmen on Tuesday said he is filled with hope and optimism for the future.
He thanked supporters, volunteers and others.
The statement read: “Fellow constituents of Oyo South,
“I express utmost gratitude for your unwavering support throughout the course of this election. Unfortunately, the results have not been in our favor.
“I know this is not the outcome we were hoping for, but I want to assure you that this is not the end of our journey. We have fought hard for our beliefs, and although we did not succeed this time, we should not lose hope or give up on our aspirations for a better future through performance-driven representation and people-centered ideas.
“It is important to acknowledge the democratic process and respect the choice of our fellow citizens. While we may be disappointed with this outcome, we must accept it with grace and humility. This is the beauty of democracy – the people’s voice is heard, and we must respect their decision. I hereby congratulate the candidate of the APC, Barrister Sharafadeen Alli, winner of the Oyo South Senatorial district election; and I wish him the best as he prepares to represent our constituency.
“I want to thank everyone who supported us, from volunteers to donors, my amazing team, and everyone who cast their vote in our favor. Your dedication and commitment to our cause have been invaluable, and I am proud to have had you by my side.
“I am filled with hope and optimism for the future, and I urge you all to continue to stay engaged, informed, and active in our democratic process. Together, we can make a positive difference in the lives of our fellow citizens and build a better, more inclusive society.
“Thank you again for your support, and I look forward to continuing to serve you in every way I can. Stay glued to the JÉKÁ DÁSI channel my dear people, there is more to come.”