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Friday, 26 March 2021

I reject Amosun offer to join APM- MKO

By Our Correspondent

The Chairmanship Aspirant and former Councillor of Abeokuta South Local Government Hon. Mustapha Kodaolu  Olajide, MKO, has said that he outrightly rejected offer of the former Governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun to decamped from APC to APM to tackle the present administration led by Prince Dapo Abiodun in 2019 gubernatorial election.

He said this during his campaign visitation to members of Bukola Olawale Olopade movement (BOOM) at Friendly Avenue Car Watch Adatan, in Abeokuta.

He said he had never involved in political prostitution ever since he started his political career, adding that he would forever stand with All Progressive Party (APC)and the present administration led by Prince Dapo Abiodun.

" Am not a political prostitute I started with APC and will continue with APC except a revelation from the Almighty God that I may move forward as I will continue to stand by the party leadership in the State and the present administration of Prince Dapo Abiodun" , he said.

Speaking on his vision for Abeokuta South as one of the Chairmanship aspirant, MKO as fondly called by his supporters and political allied said all primary schools across the Local Government would be renovated with solar panel installed for good and qualitative education delivery, he added that mini micro finance bank for the women with zero percentage would also be established as well as Five thousand naira stipend for the aged in the Local Government.

He said various training and skills acquisition would be organized for the youths for them to be self reliance, stressing that he would drive the  Local Government Internally Generated Revenue(IGR) to an enviable state as youths would not be taken for granted if elected as the Chairman of Abeokuta South Local Government.

Hon. Mustapha Kodaolu Olajide is a young servant leader who holds certificate in Business Management From the South Chelsea College, United Kingdom with a post-graduate work experience both in the public and private sector for over ten years.
Mustapha has also served as Councillor in Ward 9, Abeokuta South LG, Ogun State and was elected as Chairman of all Councillors in Ogun State.