Governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Oloye Adebayo Adelabu, has debunked rumours that he would phase out other states number plates from the state roads.
According to the 48-year old ex deputy governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, “we would just encourage our people to go for our number plates so that we can have funds to develop our state. it is just a patriotic call. We are the pacesetter state and it is imperative to remain so.”
Adelabu who explained this on Lagelu FM, Ibadan, averred that his administration would provide for all irrespective of age, status, religion, ethnic or political considerations.
According to him, he would improve the education sector by recruiting fresh teachers and added value to the life of teachers.
He dispelled the rumour that he would sack workers stressing that his government wont engage on any act capable of adversely affecting the masses.
On agriculture, Adelabu explained that the the sector will witness radical changes and establishment of new farm settlements to encouraged the youths to take to agriculture.
The APC governorship candidate stated that he would provide essential commodities in all the farm settlements butressing his claim with the facilities at Alagutan farm settlement.
Adelabu assured pensioners that his administration would pay their pensions and gratuties for retiring civil servants. On health, he promised establishing new clinics with adequate drugs to take care of the populace.
On commerce, he assured traders and artisans of a good time through turning the market to an international market through provision of modern facilities as well as boost their trades.
He, therefore, admonished voters in the state to vote massively for the APC in the coming election.