Bankole Taiwo, Abeokuta
Ogun central PDP senatorial candidate for national assembly poll slated for Saturday, Hon Jelili Kayode Amusan has insisted that only votes for the party would free Nigerians from anguish of bad economy, poverty and hunger foisted on them by APC government.
Hon Kayode Amusan said Nigerians, this Saturday must take their destiny in their hands and use their votes to correct error of voting for APC in 2015 urging them to troop out in their large numbers to vote for PDP with track records in sound management of the economy, abundant provision of foods and jobs, infrastructural development, adequate welfare for the people among others.
The former two term House of Representatives member for Abeokuta North, Obafemi/Owode and Odeda federal constituency stated this while addressing journalists on Wednesday.
He explained that “ for some months now, I have been campaigning all over the six local governments in Ogun central, what I see everywhere we go is deprivation, poverty, sufferings, bad roads and so much hopelessness. This wasn’t the situation of things when PDP was in power up till four years ago. So, Nigerians will certainly be doing themselves a whole lot of honour by returning PDP to power on Saturday”
Amusan described PDP presidential candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar as an highly successful business man and brilliant administrator with sufficient experience to lift the country out of its present state of abyss of abject poverty and bad economy .
He disclosed further that his mission to the senate revolves around using his wealth of experience as a former two term federal lawmaker to attract developmental projects with bearing to the needs of the people to the senatorial district.
Amusan said “aside supporting legislations that will help drive good governance, I am also pledging my salaries for the people of my senatorial district. This is what I did throughout my eight years as federal lawmaker. This will be use for various empowerment programmes and support for our people”.
He added that he would also hold periodic town hall meetings with people of his senatorial district to get their inputs into every government policies and ensure that their interests were well catered for at all times.