Ondo Under Mimiko Is A Failed State – Boroffice

Olusegun-Mimiko

A Senator representing Ondo North District, Prof Ajayi Boroffice, who wants to become the next governor of Ogun State has said that the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the state would not sell the projects of the state to other states if assumed power after the November governorship poll.

He alleged that projects worth N670 million belonging to the state has been sold by the state government, describing Ondo as a failed state. He said Governor Olusegun Mimiko should be held responsible for the poor economic situation in the state.

Speaking during a visit to the state Secretariat of the APC, Boroffice declared his intention to contest the November governorship election in the state.

He alleged that the projects were diverted to other states of the federation. He also berated the Mimiko led administration for demolishing many projects belonging to the state, especially the Owena hotels.

“My vision is to build the APC and transform the party to serve as the hope of all the people of the state. My plan is to serve the entire people of Ondo state irrespective of religion or ethnic affiliation,” the aspirant said.

“The incoming APC government in Ondo state will promote equity, justice and fairness unlike what currently operates in the state. APC is a political party for all the indigene and non-indigine of this state and this we shall show when we get to government, as every individual will be actively involved in government.”

“Our suffering will soon end in Ondo state because after darkness comes sunshine. With APC government in place, all the sufferings being experienced in Ondo state will become a thing of the past.”

He declared that he was destined to rule the state and his dream would be realized on the platform of the APC, stressing that he will implement party supremacy.

“Give me the opportunity to Alagbaka House and I will move this state forward in a couple of months,” he promised.

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