An aspirant of the African Democratic Congress, ADC, in Ibarapa East local government, Tpl Samuel Adesokan has called on the Governor of Oyo state, Engr. Seyi Makinde to spread the dividends of democracy and his appointment to all nook and crannies of the state without sidelining any party that formed the coalition which produced him.
Adesokan who is the Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners, Oyo state Chapter said this on Thursday at the sideline of the 50th Edition of the institute’s National conference in Ibadan, the Oyo state capital.
He noted that the members of the African Democratic Congress in the Ibarapa East local government have not been considered for any substantial position in respect to the ratio for the coalition between the People Democratic Party, African Democratic Congress and two other parties in the 2019 general election.
Recall that the People Democratic Party, formed a coalition agreement with the African Democratic Congress, Zenith Labour Party and the Social Democratic Party to defeat the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the 2019 gubernatorial election in the state.
“For now, we have not really seen the benefit of the political party coalition in our constituency, but since the offices are not fully occupied yet, other things can still come in, which we believe our leaders are really working on.
“Ibarapa East deserves more than what we have on ground, and we are expecting more, probably at the forthcoming local government election In Oyo state. We believe our governor is a man of his word, and will fulfill all his promises”. he said.
He also advised the Honourable representing Ibarapa East state constituency who doubles as the Speaker of the House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Adebo Ogundoyin to meet and identify with other aspirants in the constituency to share ideas on ways to develop the Ibarapa axis of the state.
Adesokan who is a native of Lanlate is one of the aspirants that stepped down to embrace the coalition agreement before the 2019 general election.