Kayode Fayemi, winner of the governorship primary of the All Progressives Congress in Ekiti State has apologised to the people for all the errors of omission or commission he made during his first term as governor, between 2010 and 2014.

He made the plea in his speech after being declared winner of the hotly contested primary election, which featured 33 contestants, with one of them withdrawing on Thursday.

Fayemi got 941 delegate votes, out of the 2,313 valid votes cast.

His nearest competitor was also a former governor, Segun Oni, who got 481 votes.

Fayemi, who was followed to the podium by all the other aspirants,  said he was delighted to emerge as the winner of the party’s primary election.

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The APC flag bearer said his victory was not his alone, but belonged to all the contestants.

He announced the formation of a Candidate Advisory Committee, with all the contestants as members and said he would be ready to work with all of them to achieve victory for the APC.

"I am delighted to have won the party’s primary election, and am also happy because the delegates voted for me. It shows they believe so much in my abilities to change the lives of the Ekiti people for the better compared to what they are currently experiencing.

”All other aspirants ‎are my friends and colleagues, I'm going to work with them to ensure that our great party emerges as the winner in the forthcoming gubernatorial election,” he said.

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