“I am not the dark horse” Tegbe says as he speaks on his plans for 2023


Akinlabi Afolabi, Ibadan

Ahead of 2023 election, Gubernatorial Aspirant under the umbrella of All Progressive Congress, Mogaji Joseph Tegbe has debunked the rumor that he is a dark horse ahead of 2023 election in Oyo state.

Tegbe made this known while hosting youths at film house Ibadan, said his strategies are different as he is noiseless achiever.

He explained that writer of the article who happened to faceless and nameless is not a good representative of journalism as he is expected to say those words with facts.

“Many rejoinders have been published to counter the article without my knowledge, even Gov Akala has written something on it. To my surprise, the writer described as non indigene of Ibadan, imagine saying a Mogaji is not from Ibadan. I am keen to ensure that our people are exposed to good governance and enjoy their businesses without the fear of insecurities as we need to protect lives and property of the good people of Oyo state.

“The article shows the writer is not even a citizen of Oyo state, the Oke Ogun youths had replied to the writer as well and that shows the politics being played but I am keen in ensuring our people get good governance they deserve.”

When asked about his plans ahead of 2023 election, Tegbe said his ways and approach are different and he is right on track.

“I think our strategies are different and I am not the type that make noise. Two weeks ago, I was at Oke Ogun, I moved around the whole ibarapa and I am also planning to be in ogbomoso next week. We are attacking this with different approaches and we don’t have to make noise as we are not ready for election but we need the congress and leadership of our dear party more.”

Tegbe also urged the youths to be fully part of today’s government as they are one to set a new legacy for the country.

“We need the youths more and that is why I am also associated with the youths, encouraging them to come into the politics and be the change we want. We need to work more with the youths of today.”