Ondo Guber Election: Dont be opposition to each other – olabimtan tells co-aspirasnts


By; Odeyemi Samuel, Akure.
One of the Governorship aspirants in Ondo state, Hon Victor Adekanye Olabimtan has promised to inject life into the state Civil Service system to improve on Internally Generated Revenue (IGR).
Hon Olabimtan, who was the former Speaker of the State House of Assembly, also assured that the state could be developed within available resources and not necessarily depending on what comes from the Federation Account.
Addressing the Leaders of All Progressives’ Congress (APC) in Akure, he expressed concern over the inability of the state Governor, Dr. Olusegun Mimiko to pay four months salaries which he said has reduced the expected money in circulation.
He however conceded the fact that even though government alone cannot generate employment. He promised to create avenue to generate employment by revamping the ailing economies in the state.
His words, “stakeholders shall be given the opportunity to decide  who is who in his administration, there is room enough for all, 50 per cent for the Youths and 50 per cent for the adults”.
Part of his plans, he said, is to regenerate the economy with the collaboration of the youths which shall play 50 per cent role in his administration.
While presenting his Manifesto to the Chairman of APC, Barr Isaac Kekemeke at the party state Secretariat, Olabimtan urged over 50 other aspirants to stop running down their colleagues, saying, “PDP is our opposition and not ourselves”.
He based his argument on the fact that all aspirants are qualified, competent and of proven integrity to govern the state, irrespective of individuals’ locality.


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