APC Senatorial Aspirant, Ajipe meets Delegates Laments Nation’s Security
A senatorial aspirant and chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Chief Alex Ajipe, on Tuesday lamented the level of insecurity, lack of infrastructure and high level of poverty among the people of Ondo North Senatorial district in the state.
Ajipe, however, called on the people to join hands and be ready to make sacrifices in their decisions to elect national assembly members who will represent them well in the coming 2023 general elections.
The APC chieftain, who said this on Tuesday while meeting delegates and members of the party, said his antecedents and motivation to impact to positively on the lives of the people make him the best among the aspirants.
He urged the delegates and party members in Akoko North West Local Government to choose wisely and consider the future of the younger generations.
At Okeagbe, the headquarters of Akoko North West Local Govt Area, he urged the people to make wise decisions, saying that the next election will determine whether the people are willing to free themselves or continue in perpetual slavery which has lasted 12 years.
Chief Ajipe, who appreciated the efforts of the member representing Akoko Northwest/ Akoko Northeast federal constituency in the House of Reps, Bunmi Tunji Ojo, maintained that there is a need for a better representation in the senate to create a better synergy with Hon Tunji-Ojo’s sterling performance.
He said, “if you look round, it is for anyone to know that I am the most qualified of all the aspirants. I’ve been the only consistent person among the lot. I have never left the Progressives fold since I entered politics.
“My contributions to the economic development of the state is second to none. How many of them have their businesses in Ondo State? These are truths that can be verified any time.”
Ajipe, however, promised to deliver on all his electoral promises if he is given the opportunity to represent Ondo north at the Senate.
Speaking ealier, the Director General of the Ajipe Campaign Organization, Barrister Tolu Babaleye, said it is time to put an end to what he described as “12 years of stagnation in Ondo north”.
Babaleye, a chieftain of APC and community leader, urged the people to consider the future of Akoko and that of their children in any decision they will take when choosing the party’s flag bearer in the 2023 elections.