Abeokuta, the rockcity experienced massive turnout of Accord Party members in Ogun State on Wednesday 6th August, 2017, where the party officially commissioned her new secretariat.  The Party Secretariat is situated at Kolanut House along Abeokuta-Lagos Expressway, Ita-Oshin roundabout, Abeokuta.

The Official Commissioning and Opening of Accord new Secretariat had in attendance the National Chairman of Accord Party Honourable Mohammed Malalo, Accord BOT Chairman - reverend Isaac Adeniyi, South West Zonal Chairman of Accord - Chief O. Ojo, Leaders from Lagos and Ekiti states amongst other Special Guests.

Also in attendance are Dr. Doyin Okupe who was conferred the Leader of ACCORD South West by the national leadership of ACCORD, Elder Isiaka Amusa  - Leader Accord Ogun State and other stakeholders of the party.

The National Chairman of Accord Party Hon. Mohammed Nalado on his arrival commissioned Accord OGUN State Secretariat and inspected the Secretariat.

The State Leader - Elder Isiaka Amusa said in his welcome speech, stated how favoured Ogun State is to have produced the likes of Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, Chief Obafemi Awolowo, Chief MKO Abiola et al. He also said ACCORD is well prepared to send poverty out of Ogun State. Elder Isiaka Amusa enjoined the youths to join ACCORD to achieve their political desires.

The Leading Leader of Accord Party in South west, Dr. Doyin Okupe reiterated that YOUTHS need to participate in politics in order to take over from them (the old politicians). Dr. Doyin Okupe said he is not contesting for any post at all likewise other stakeholders of the party.

The National Chairman of Accord - Hon. Mohammed Nalado promised the youths, special consideration for elective posts and  free nomination forms for female aspirants.

Chief Kehinde Oladeinde in his vote of thanks appreciated everyone who were present at the official commissioning and opening of Accord new secretariat. He prayed that come 2019 Accord will govern Ogun State, he wished everyone who were present journey mercies back to their destinations.