Nigeria: Ogun Guber Aspirant, Isiaka decries deplorable condition of rural roads in Ogun
A gubernatorial aspirant on the platform of the African Democratic Congress (ADC) in Ogun state, Gboyega Nasir Isiaka, has chided the ruling party, APC in the state for neglecting the rural roads, particularly at the border towns.
Isiaka popularly known as GNI blamed the current administration in the state he is aspiring to govern for focussing only on roads that can corruptly enrich their pockets.
Gboyega Nasir Isiaka addressing supporters
GNI, who stated this while addressing his party followers at a rally in Ado-Odo/Ota local government held in Gangan square, Ota accused the APC led administration in the state of being “insincere” to the plights of the people of Ogun State.
Isiaka, told his supporters and people of the State that his party will restore sincerity to governance, if given the opportunity to govern the state come 2019
“If given the mandate in the next year election, ADC government will operate with sincerity, integrity and binding social contract in order for the people to reap dividends of democracy through construction of quality roads, provision of adequate health care, sound and quality education, among others.
“This APC government from its beginning has been insincere with the people. Very few of its policies have been done with the people in mind. They have done only what suits their ego and corruptly enriches their pocket”.
“We were on tour of Obafemi-Owode/Odeda/Abeokuta North Federal Constituency two weeks ago and what we saw were not just bad roads, but total neglect of rural communities in terms of amenities. We are however shocked that Ado-Odo/Ota could be in this deplorable condition. It is second biggest local governments in this state and major contributor to the revenue profile. Infrastructure here is nothing to write home about”.