GIVE IT TO HIM; AS YOU’VE KNOWN HIM TO BE THE RIGHT CANDIDATE
No one knows Òsó than his mother; no one understands the “needs” of our prestigious association and the concerns of ONSUITES than OBALOLA. And at this time when resurrecting our “slumbering” association is almost everyone’s concern, let OBALOLA – a readily serving comrade – chair the wheel and make it at success. God willing. For is profound interest is to take ONSU to a better level.
“I suspect in most companies, the public relations person is down at No. 20 in the pecking order. But here, he is fighting incredibly important battles. If a negative story starts
running away with itself in the press and is not dealt with fast, it can badly damage the brand, and so we put enormous weight on our PR people.” – Richard Branson
He needs no much brainstorming to identify the lingering odds, he has for a quite long time been yarn integral part of the system.
Hence, giving apt remedies is no headache for him. As he rightly put it few hours ago;
“We should discuss what matters here also sir.”
“With every humility to your high office has the ever reasonable disc jockey of this great association don’t you think the effect of ONSU is not so felt again, despite the sleepless night of our great heros, should we blame that on them or all of us, what are the possible way forward for the candidate that will emerge. OBALOLA is not the enemy nor other co aspirants but those that drove us to coma.”
What a brilliant and intriguing contribution! I must confess.
This is but a pointer to his ever ready spirit and strength to massacre all mingle-mangles weighing down the progress of our prestigious association.
As Mother Teresa rightly put it; “I can do things you can not, you can do things I can not; but together we can do great things.”
Hence, Comr. OYEBODE YUSUF OLAMILEKAN can not do it alone. Together, with your support, prayers, canvassing and vote we can achieve it.
OBALOLA for ONSU, NATIONAL PUBLIC RELATION OFFICER.
OBALOLA is our mandate.
Tè sójú è fùn OBALOLA, òun lóle sé.
Courtesy: Obalola Media Team