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Lanlehin: I’ll Not Be A Contract-driven Governor

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Sen. Olufemi Lanlehin, African Democratic Congress, ADC, governorship candidate, has said that his administration wouldn’t be all about contract if he wins the 2019 election.

According to the former senator, who featured on Crossfire, a Fresh 105.9 FM’s weekly political programme and monitored by OYO INSIGHT, added that he would not use the state resource on foreign trips for unavailable investors.

Lanlehin who decried the ‘poor’ state of roads across the state, said his administration would concentrate efforts of inner roads within cities. He narrated how it was not easy getting to Saki from Ibadan, saying that the journey took him and his entourage more than 4 hours.


He said the state of health centers across the state are nothing to write home about, assuring that “we will concentrate on primary health care centres all over the state.

“We will rework all the abattoir system. All the local government areas that have the capacity to operate abattoir will be allowed,” he promised.

He also spoke about how he persuaded former governor Rashidi Ladoja to stay in the ADC. “I told him that this may not be a perfect but this is the best place for us to stay. People who lost in ADC, two of them, forced Ladoja to join Zenith Labour Party, ZLP.

“I am not a novice in this game. When he was a senator, I was in the House of Representatives. Ninety-five per cent of those who joined ADC with Ladoja are still with us,” he explained.

Lanlehin, however, agreed that the defection of Ladoja will affect his chance but he is confident of winning. He said Ladoja would have made the campaign easy. “I would have loved High Chief Ladoja to be with us in ADC.”

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