ABEOKUTA – The Gubernatorial candidate of the Social Democratic Party (SDP) in Ogun State, Otunba Rotimi Paseda has accused Governor Ibikunle Amosun’s administration of allegedly putting the state into “huge” debt as a result of what he described as “gross mismanagement.”

Paseda who spoke at the Ogun West SDP end of the year’s celebration party held at Atan in Ado-Odo/Ota  local government said it was regrettable that ” it is now too late to advise the Governor.”

He pledged to “restore the dignity of the state and give the residents the much-desired dividends of democracy.” He also promised to work hard to raise standard of education if elected.

Speaking on his plans for the state if voted , Paseda disclosed that his administration would focus on three main sectors namely;Education, health and economy.

His words, “This 2019 election is the mother of all elections, is not going to be about money, is not going to be about parties, is going to be about individuals and is going to be about candidates”.

Paseda alongside his, Yeye Vivian Paseda cheering his teeming supporters at the end of the year party on Thursday

“It is too late to advice Governor Amosun. All he has to do now is what is called political cleaner and damage control”.

In terms of debt profile, there is no state or country that doesn’t have debts, but what I am arguing about  is management of debts.

He  assured that his administration would provide a minimum of 1,000 Megawatts of power within four years. According to him, the availability of electricity would enhance productivity of artisans in the state.

Paseda seized the opportunity of the occasion to unveil his deputy, Chief Musiliu Akinogun.


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