Oyo 2023: I am More Qualified Than Makinde, Others — APGA Guber Candidate

The gubernatorial candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA in Oyo State, Adesina Adewale, has boasted that he is the most qualified person to take over the mantle of affairs in the state. 

Adewale, who is the youngest candidate for the 2023 gubernatorial race in the state, reiterated his capability to govern the state at a press conference in Ibadan last weekend. 

He noted that his decision to join the Oyo Guber race is fueled by his desire to take the state from potential to results. 

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He stated: “I came out to contest based on the principle of justice and equity. Our current political climate does not allow the youths and masses in their government. 

“Based on this, young people and concerned masses embarked on bringing me out as a youth to bring back the glory of Oyo State as a pace setter”, he stated. 

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He noted that the state of things in the country has reached a stage that requires young people to intervene, fight back and take over the leadership affairs of the state. 

“I won’t fight those who say I am too young to govern, I’ll only remind them that many young people were those that led Nigeria’s independence drive. 

“Even though I am the youngest gubernatorial candidate, I am not too young to take charge of our affairs as a matter of fact, I believe I am the most qualified of all candidates with our great party’s ideology.

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“I am coming out to vye for the office of governor and I can promise everyone that I will not disappoint them for even a minute while I will also bring back the state’s glory,” he noted.


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