Time and season flies off, elections come and go and incidentally our problems persist. They have turned out to be stubborn grasses that will take more than the careful weeding to take out, they are almost becoming one of us.
I took my time to look into our society, my constituency and just then I discovered that our issues ain’t the same, while some of us are concerned about water, others are talking about electricity, in my journey through Agbado, Akera, Oremerin/Isapa, Oke Aro/Matogbun, Ibaragun/Itoki/Robiyan/Adiyan/, Lambs/Ekun/Alausa/Kampala, Yewande/Giwa/Enilolobo I discovered that each area has its own peculiar challenges
I also moved through Akute/Isasi/Desorun/Denro, Ajuwon/Alagbole, Gaun/Onibudo, Bode Akinosi/Otun Olori, Iseri, Ojodu/Gbenro and the discovery remains the same.
A CALL TO SHARE THE CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS AND POWER WITH COMRADE UTILITY MAYOR; as my people remains my priority, I am using this medium to call on well meaning citizens of this constituency to please enmasse tell me the little things we are going through, let me know your expectations, let’s consider our chances of getting Ifo Consistency II better again.
Send pictures of that bad road, take a short video of the not working water supply, snapshot the bad state of the schools, the hospitals, the dark nights and let’s take them one after the other!
There is a saying about “treating headache when there’s leprosy”, we both know that’s not what we want, as much as the headache is bad, let’s treat the leprosy together!
Together Everyone Achieves More; that’s what makes a US better than solo movement.
I AM YOU and YOU ARE ME, I await your comments at:
Akeem Oluwamayowa Ogunkoya (a.k.a. Utility Mayor)
Candidate (Alliance for New Nigeria – ANN)
Member, House of Assembly,
Ifo Constituency II,
Ogun State, Nigeria.