The Ogun State gubernatorial candidate of Allied People’s Movement (APM), Abdulkadir Adekunle Akindele, on Wednesday said if elected as the governor, he would invest hugely in rural communities to enhance rural economy.
Akinlade made this known in an interview with newsmen after he paid a visit to the Olobi of Ilobi, Oba Saliu Adedokun Ajibade, during his ward-to-ward campaign to in Ilobi, Yewa South Local Government Area of the state.
He said, “I will invest hugely in all rural communities than urban in Ogun State, I will do this by creating opportunities for the people in the rural areas, we will empower them so that they can make money on their own without depending on anyone by doing all these the standard living of the people will be guaranteed.
“I will also renovate all bad roads in the rural communities, I don’t need to be told about the road here is very bad and I promise you that Olobi’s road will not be excluded if elected,” Akinlade said.
According to the governorship hopeful, he would create job opportunities for the people of Ogun State in order to boost the economy of the state.
Furthermore, he added youths will not be excluded by his administration.
“The youths will not be excluded in my administration because the youths are in support of me and I will not let them down, I will make sure I create employment opportunities for the youths so as to reduce unemployment opportunities in the country,” he stressed.