ADC candidate promises not to abandon Amosun’s projects

 The governorship candidate of the African Democratic Congress, Gboyega  Isiaka, has promised that he would not abandon uncompleted projects of the current administration if he became the next governor of the state.

 Isiaka spoke at a campaign rally in Ita-Aka on Saturday to end his tour of Abeokuta North Local Government Area of the state.

 He said “vengeful politics” was responsible for new administrations abandoning projects initiated by previous administrations.

 Isiaka said the state would have witnessed significant growth if governments had promoted continuity of developmental projects, regardless of political differences.

 He said, “I can assure you that I am not like other politicians who promote politics of bitterness and vengeance. I will stay true to completing all uncompleted projects by the current government.

“After all,  I cannot write off eight years in the life of a state; though some of the projects of the current administration are a bit suspect.

 “I remember when I lost the 2011 election to Senator Ibikunle Amosun,  I was one of those who said that there should be continuity, and the governor should not put a halt to the good things of the Otunba Gbenga Daniel administration, especially viable projects that were not yet implemented before the administration ended.

 “We have about six million people in the state. We have to continue and not be vengeful. We cannot keep fighting this one and fighting that one. Mind you, these projects we are talking about are not being done with anyone’s personal money.

“The money belong to us all.  It is ours and it is morally wrong to abandon them just because we don’t align politically or because we belong to different political parties.”
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