ONDO 2020: WE WILL MAKE OKE-IGBO A LOCAL COUNCIL WITHIN ONE YEAR”Gov. Oluwarotimi Akeredolu
“Mr Governor, despite the COVID 19 pandemic, our people still troop out en masse to welcome. This is a sign of our love for you.
“Our community, before now, lacked portable water; our roads are abandoned; our school infrastructures are blot on the landscape; our health centres were in moribund; but today, everything is receiving attention from the Akeredolu led administration.
“We used to have a problem of insecurity here, especially in our farms, but with Amotekun, today, our farms and forests are safe.
“Through your effort, we are grateful that our Igbo Olodumare has become an International Tourist Community.
Those were the words of the Oluoke of Okeigbo, Oba Oluwole Babajide as he welcomed the APC candidate in the forthcoming governorship election, H. E Oluwarotimi Akeredolu in Ile-Oluji-Okeigbo local government.
“If governance is about distribution of democratic dividends to the people amidst equity, fairness and justice, I have done well to deserve a second term in office and I am sure the people are behind me and they will never allow Ondo State to return to the grip of the Golgotha”
“When I visited you in 2016, I promised to tar all your roads and reconstruct all our primary and secondary schools and health centres, today, by the grace of God, we have fixed almost everything.
“I promised to give your sons and daughters in IleOluji/Oke Igbo fair representation in government, today, Ileoluji Sons – Wale Akinerinwa and Boye Oyewumi – are in charge of finance and investments of our State.
“We are in power. As a person, I know the power of incumbency cannot work if the incumbent has been rejected by the people but in this case, I am an incumbent enjoying the support of the people. I have fulfilled almost all promises I made to you in 2016, please let’s speak with our votes again on October 10th to enjoy more”
“By the grace of God, OkeIgbo will have a separate local government if I win a second term. Here is a town that history will always be kind to. It deserves a local government headquarters. That will be settled in our second term” the incumbent governor of Ondo State assures.
The Indigenes and residents of the ancient town of Okeigbo however, sincerely hope that these words are not mere election promises and that they would be auctioned should the incumbent Governor return to power.
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