The New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP) has advised the people of the State to vote out Governor Dapo Abiodun in 2023 as residents continue to lament over poor roads.
This statement was made by the NNPP Chairman in Ogun State, Olaposi Oginni
According to him, this was the only way roads in the State could get the desired attention.
Oginni, who was reacting to a protest by residents of Sango-Ota area of the state over bad roads, said the people should express their displeasure against the Abiodun government through their votes.
According to Oginni, voting out Abiodun was the only way through which Ogun people could enjoy the dividends of democracy.
While describing the Abiodun-led government as ”clueless”, the NNPP Chairman alleged that “the governor cannot take decisions without getting approval from Abuja people.”
He stressed that the governor does not need the approval of the Federal Government before embarking on some palliative works on the bad roads in the State.
Doing a comparison between Abiodun and his predecessors, Oginni said the incumbent had nothing to offer Ogun people, saying he fell short of what previous administrations achieved in their first two years.
His words: “it is a shame that the state government cannot take any measure to make roads in the state motorable.
“Why will a responsible government be waiting for the approval of the FG before doing palliative on a road members of the State ply everyday.
“This is an indication that the Dapo Abiodun-led APC government is clueless and has really failed in bringing the dividends of democracy to the people.
“The people don’t need to engage in any protest, the only protest they should engage in is to ensure the second term ambition of Dapo Abiodun is aborted.
“Dapo Abiodun has nothing to offer the state; looking at what past administrations did in their first two years in office, he fell short of any of those people’s achievements, hence, he needs to be kicked out of government in 2023.
“The Ogun people should not allow Dapo Abiodun to return in 2023, we need a more competent and visionary governor.”