Oyo South Senatorial District candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Governor Abiola Ajimobi, has promised efficient and effective representation that will impact on the district and rub off on the entire Southwest region.
The governor made the promise when he led the party’s supporters on a road show through major areas of Ibadan, the state capital, on Wednesday.
On the campaign trail were the governorship candidate of the party, Chief Adebayo Adelabu, party leaders and candidates vying for different offices in the general election.
Ajimobi again used the occasion to urge the electorate in the state to vote en masse for President Muhammadu Buhari, Adelabu and other APC candidates in the elections.
As a senator who once served as a principal officer in the Upper Chamber, as well as the first two-term governor in the state, Ajimobi said that he was in a good stead to offer the best possible representation.
Having garnered enormous goodwill and respect within the top echelon of the APC and the progressives family since his foray into politics, the governor said that his vast network would be in the people’s best interest.
Ajimobi said, “You know us very well and you know the APC major challengers in the coming election like the back of your hand. We are the progressives and you know that we stand for the promotion of the welfare of the people.
“The APC remains the best option for a country still battling to recover from the 16 years of crass ineptitude and misapplication of funds. We should not entrust this fragile economy in the hands of those who will use our commonwealth to enrich their friends.
“I’m soliciting your support to vote for President Muhahmmadu Buhari and all of us contesting in this election under the platform of our great party. Only the APC has what it takes to take our country to the next level of development.
“Today, the Senate has become a place where states desirous of rapid development send their best hands. Send me and I promise you effective and efficient that will not only impact on Oyo South, but rub off on the entire South West.”
For eight years, the governor said that he unleashed infrastructural revolution on the state, which brought it at par with other major cities across the country, vowing to attract greater development to the state, if elected senator.