Nigeria: For the Salvation of Ondo South

13 December 2019
opinion

The hitherto high quality of governance in Ondo State has sadly become debased in the last three years such that the people of Ondo State, particularly the youths, have become frustrated with the unimpressive governance that is being witnessed in the Sunshine state in the last three years.

It has therefore become absolutely necessary for the youths of Ondo South Senatorial District to close ranks and salvage their future by rallying support for a tested and trusted technocrat and politician like Engr. Ife Oyedele.

We have all seen the apparent lack of innovative ideas and stagnated development in our state. It is common knowledge that the lots of the youths have been worse off in the last three years. The list of these negativities is endless, but our concern at this time should be on how to rescue Ondo State.

Oyedele is an extremely brilliant technocrat that is full of progressive ideas and has the right connections to attract development to Ondo State.

The best man at this time that we all know to be eminently qualified to truly develop Ondo State and reverse our downward slides is without doubt Engr. Ife Oyedele.

He also is a man of integrity whose ability to manage men and resources is simply excellent. Engr. Oyedele is not a green horn in politics as he has been in the political circle for close to twenty years. He is also a man of impeccable character and integrity that we need at this time to free Ondo State from the shackles of bad governance.

Engr. Oyedele will resolve the factional division in Ondo State APC once he emerges as the party's candidate. It is unfortunate that Ondo State APC has been divided into factions due to failure of those in power to carry everyone along. But, we can assure that unity will soon become the norm in Ondo State APC family once the right man emerges as our party's candidate.

Comrade Ayebameru Tomomero, Ondo South Youth Forum ( OSYF)

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