Deacon Adedoyin Tolulope, Oyo APA Governorship candidate has opened up on his ambition to run for governorship in the 2019 general election, as well as his reasons for believing he will be a good governor if elected into power.
Deacon Adedoyin Tolulope, one of the 37 governorship candidates who will be battling for the number one sit in the state come 2019, currently the governorship candidate of the African Peoples Alliance (APA) has said his intent to run for office is to rescue the people of the pacesetter state from the bondage and poverty Governor Abiola Ajimobi and his political party APC put them in over seven years ago.
APA Governorship Candidate gave this insight on why he wants to become the next governor of the state during an emergency meeting summoned by the state executives of the party yesterday at the party Secretariat in Onireke, Ibadan.
Adedoyin, while lamenting on the slow level of developments in the state under Governor Abiola Ajimobi and his party APC despite being called a pace-setter state, said his government will focus on growing the state economy, agriculture, tourism infrastructure, arts and culture, education, health care, youth and women empowerment and security if elected governor.
The financial Secretary of the Conference of Nigeria Political Party (CNPP) in the state further reiterated that the current state of affairs in Oyo State does not require an untested or a tenderfoot who would again use the state as research laboratory for governance like what is going on at the moment.
He finally warned Oyo state citizens about the inherent dangers in making the wrong choice again, saying: “One wrong choice and we will suffer another four years”.