The Social Democratic Party(PDP) Candidate, Osun state Governorship Election on September 22nd, Iyiola Omisore, has said his only interest is good governance for the state.
Omisore, has become the beautiful bride of Osun state, that has drawn many suitors like the Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) and the All Progressives Congress(APC) to woo his support ahead of the Rerun election on Thursday.
However, in a statement on Wednesday, the SDP candidate said, his only concern, is the good of his people and he would not negotiate for personal gains. In the statement by his media aide, Jide Fakorede, Omisore made it clear that the only thing paramount to him, is true democracy in Osun and asked his people to go with a party that believes in that.
See statement below
“I am telling my people that they should go with any political party that believes in what we in the SDP stand for: good governance, social justice and accountability. I have already detailed how we planned to restore Osun to the path of good governance through the five thematic pillars in the manifesto I shared during the electioneering. I will not negotiate for personal gains and abandon my people.
“My alliance is with the people of Osun state irrespective of the political party they belong. I want my people to be treated with the dignity they deserve. I desire that they have a government that will be accountable to them. I want them to experience the good governance the founding fathers of this state envisaged. I have told the parties that have solicited for my support to approach the electorates and ask for their mandate as I have assured them that I will not coerce them for political or social power. It is because I have kept my promise that has made me enjoyed their unalloyed support all these years.
“As highlighted in SDP manifestos, the five thematic pillars the SDP had hoped to implement to improve governance, eliminate financial reckless and reposition the economy of Osun state include: economic management and accountability; professionalism and performance; equity in access to service; local content and innovation and security.”