Saraki led Kwara into eight years of economic waste – Adedoyin

The governorship candidate of the Accord Party in Kwara State, Ayorinde Adedoyin, has described the All Progressives Congress and the Peoples Democratic Party as birds of the same feather, saying they would be rejected by the people at the polls.

Adedoyin said Kwara had not enjoyed good governance since the return to democratic rule in 1999.

He described the administration of former governor Bukola Saraki in Kwara State as eight years of waste.

The Accord Party candidate said this while addressing his supporters at Baruten, according to a statement on Thursday.

He said, “In 1999 Governor Lawal was here and he could not do much due to the influence of the godfathers. The eight years of Bukola Saraki were years of economic waste without any commensurate value to the resources the state got under him.

“The eight years of Saraki was the period of oil boom. Apart from a part of GRA Ilorin where some of them have their houses, the whole of Ilorin is in bad shape without good access road, no running public water, the public schools and hospitals are in a shambles.

“How can our people vote for the parties that have oppressed them and repressed them with poor governance? Saraki and the current government were in the APC from the PDP. They moved back from the APC to the PDP. So, in a way, both the APC and the PDP are the same in terms of experience for our people.

“I have been campaigning around the state for the past three months visiting communities without basic amenities yet we have people running this state for the past 19 years.”

Adedoyin expressed the confidence that his party would win at the polls.
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