Why APC, PDP can't be trusted again in Ogun state - Olufemi Falana

A UPP governorship candidate in Ogun state, Olufemi Falana, has revealed why people of Ogun state should not vote for APC and PDP in 2019 

He said he was motivated to govern the state based the level of poverty among the people - Falana also noted that he has what it takes to lead, adding that he wants to act as a catalyst for positive change The governorship candidate of United Progressives Party (UPP) in Ogun state for 2019 elections, Falana, has given reasons the people of the state should cast their votes for him since both the All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) have been tested in the state. 

Legit news gathered that Falana, while speaking with newsmen on Saturday, November 24, said he was motivated to action, given the poor state of affairs in the state. 

He noted that he has done his homework thoroughly, adding that he would proffer a long lasting solution to the challenges facing the state. 

Speaking on some of the challenges, he said the issue of poverty is rife and unacceptable in a land of plenty, reiterating that "life has no value through social insecurity, public structures that are non-functional, irregular power supply for over thirty years is sabotage." 

Falana, a former UK conservative party executive in his constituency, further added that of all his plans for the people, would focus more on putting the people first and providing them with adequate welfare and social security, and reconstruction of every federal roads linking the capital with other towns within the state 

His words: " If given the opportunity, I want to act as a catalyst for positive change that is consistent with a much needed return of a genuinely fiscal, social, and constitutionally conservative body politic, that brings us once again into harmony with the form, purpose and function of good governance instituted by God in our state and nation." 

He, however, urged the electorate to eschew violence and corrupt practices that has bedevilled the country "and has been responsible for the state of poverty in a land of plenty but ushers in poor and selfish representation." 

Femi Majekodunmi, a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ogun state, Femi Majekodunmi, advised Governor Ibikunle Amosun, to play the role of a statesman and work for the success of the party’s governorship candidate, Dapo Abiodun. 

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