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Oyo Rep candidate, Oseni, unveils manifesto, promises good representation

From From Taiwo Oluwadare, Ibadan

The House of Representative candidate in Ido/Ibarapa East Federal Constituency under the All Progressive Congress (APC), Aderemi Oseni, has promised members of his constituency a good representation if voted for.

Speaking during flag off campaign and inauguration of his campaign council, he said there were glaring facts that Ibarapa East/Ido Federal Constituency had been poorly represented in the past eight years which has led to no major impact in the constituency.

Oseni, popularly called ‘Pastor’ noted that as a man of God, leader and lover of progress, he would not embark on any act that is visionless or divisive.

“I am on a mission to rescue and rebuild, a reason I am asking for your overwhelming votes… It is time for us to take back the glory of Ibarapa East/Ido federal constituency. It is time for recovery.  It is time for re-engineering.  It is time to build enduring infrastructural legacies instead of painting dilapidating schools. It is time to stop misappropriations and outright stealing of our collective resources. It is time to stop incompetent leaders.”

Oseni list a seven-point agenda which border on massive empowerment for youths, women and the aged; sponsoring  life impacting & good legislations; infrastructural and industrial development (Soludero projects), security and constitutional reforms; better education for all programme, welfare and community development projects and eradicating poverty through agricultural revolution and development of agripreneural value chain for wealth creation programme.

He revealed that a team of visionary and highly intellectual people led by former Commissioner for Education in Oyo State, Prof. Joseph Adeniyi Olowofela has been inaugurated to lead campaign programme and ensure seamless, clear and undisputable election victory.

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