We Will Provide Good Leadership, Make Life Better For People of Ogun State – AAC Guber Candidate, Eniola Otasanya – Martins
The gubernatorial candidate of the African Action Congress (AAC) for the 2019 General Elections in Ogun State, Mrs. Eniola Otasanya-Martins has said that the state deserved a better leader to make things work for the people and residents of the state.
Otasanya-Martins said this, when she led her campaign train to Ijebu Igbo and Isara Remo in Ijebu North and Remo North Local Government Area of Ogun State to dialogue with stakeholders.
The governorship candidate stated that the Gateway State could do better to improve the living standard of its residents with the natural and human resources God has endowed the state with.
She spoke extensively about her major projects in Ijebu-Igbo area of the state on better life for the aged & widows, Otasanya-Martins said that she would make life worth living for the aged and pay monthly stipends to cater for those that didn’t work for the government or any corporate organization with pension plans.
“My word is my bond and the cardinal programme of this administration has a booklet and every member of the state will be entitled to a copy, just tick each promise as we will be fulfilling them.”
She also promised to strengthen the women so that they could give adequate support to their families, adding that “once the family is strengthened, our natural slogan of “Charity begins at Home” is restored and family values will be enshrined thereby reducing and/or totally eradicate miscreants and unskilled labourers in our state.”
“Our programme for the programme is dynamic in such a way that there are strategies to engage them in meaningful and value adding programs that will make the state the best in all.
“My word is my bond and the cardinal programme of this administration has a booklet and every member of the state will be entitled to a copy, just tick each promise as we will be fulfilling them.
“We are bound to be queried or sued, where we fail to meet up with the standards we promised to deliver.
“It would be an inclusive leadership. We need you, you need us to make Ogun State famous for high standard,” she said.