The Former Deputy Governor of Ekiti State Hon. Adebisi Omoyeni who is the Governorship Candidate of the Mega Party of Nigeria (MPN), has called on the people of Ekiti State to reject the ruling PDP and the state opposition party APC, he said the two group of politicians are nothing but epidemic and suffering.
Omoyeni spoke at a welcome rally organised for him by Mega Party of Nigeria yesterday in Ado-Ekiti and Ikere-Ekiti, his hometown.
At the palace of the Ogoga of Ikere Ekiti Oba Adejimi Adu Alagbado, Omoyeni expressed sadness that Ekiti people are going through a PDP-inflicted hardship. He said his experience as a former Group Managing Director of Wema Bank Plc, and former Ekiti State Deputy Governor had prepared him for the duty of Governor of the state.
Omoyeni described the MPN as a better alternative to both the PDP and the APC, which he accused of contributing to the backwardness and underdevelopment in Ekiti State. The Mega Party candidate promised to provide free education from primary to junior secondary level, adding that his administration will also reduce fees paid by state-owned tertiary institutions by 50%.Omoyeni also promised free health care services for children, pregnant women and the elderly in the state. He pleaded to Ekiti people to vote for Mega party and put an end to suffering, sorrow, and looting of the state’s resources.He said if voted in to power his administration will bring back to operations the state textile industry in Ado Ekiti.“We want to make life easier for the people, we will tackle the problem of non-payment of salaries. I will ensure that all salary arrears are cleared within the first eighteen months,” he said.
Omoyeni urged party members to go to all nooks and crannies of the state to sell the party’s manifesto to the electorate.
Important dignitaries at welcome rally include Mrs Ayoade Omoyeni, the party’s National Chairman Alhaji Hamisu Santuraki, Ekiti State Chairman Prince Adekunle Aladesanmi, Mr. Dare Adekolu, the state Secretary Omolayo Kolade, National Secretary Otunba Adeleke Adekoya and other members of the executives also attended the rally.