Ondo 2020: Kekemeke Speaks on Stepping Down for Akeredolu

Isaac Kekemeke, the former chairman of the Ondo State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and governorship aspirant of the party has said he has no plan to step down for Governor Rotimi Akeredolu or any other aspirant ahead of the contest for the party’s governorship ticket.

Speaking in an interview with journalists, in Akure, on Tuesday, Kekemeke pointed out that he was not a fan of any zoning arrangement, and the state deserved the best man for the job irrespective of which part of the state he came from.

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Speaking on the reason for contesting for the number spot in the state, Kekemeke said he wants to create an environment for the citizens to thrive.

“We want to use ICT to maximally impact government resources on human capital development and natural endowment to create wealth.

“I want to be governor so that for once over a long time we can put the people first and every action or inaction of government will be determined by the best interest of the majority of the people.”

He further stated he wants children to have free and compulsory education and create quality and affordable health care.

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“I want that job so that we can feed ourselves. The N10bn we expend on food stays here. I want to create agro-allied industries. I want to explore the tourism potential. I want our people to feel in a direct way and direct manner the impact of government.”

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