In preparation for the 2019 election, an aspirant for Ogun State Governorship position , Chief Gboyega Nasir Isiaka (GNI) while guesting on the Awori Kitigbe segment of Igba Owuro on HEBRON FM 95.5 reassured the people of Yewa/Awori his intention to serve them right and also to bring the much awaited development to Yewa/Awori and Ogun State at large.
Responding to question on steps being taken by Yewa/Awori to ensure that their candidate emerge as the winner in the 2019 election as the Ogun State Governor, Chief Gboyega Nasir Isiaka made reference to the development in the society and the understanding among the politicians and non-politicians. He expressed his happiness about the understanding that is growing among the people, stressing further that they are now having meeting with who is who in the community, viz; Kings, Chiefs,Politicians and the general public.
While fielding question on the impact he has made to Yewa/Awori while in government with Chief Gbenga Daniel for 8 years, Chief Gboyega Nasir Isiaka listed Igbesa Free Trade Zone, construction of hall in Ilaro, Schools and major roads which the government of Otuba Gbenga Daniel constructed as part of his achievements.
Speaking on the steps taken to ensure development in Yewa/Awori, Chief Gboyega Nasir Isiaka said, for now, he is not in government, he cannot intervene but prayed God to give him the opportunity to get to the seat of power come 20129. He added that what they need mostly is road rehabilitation, construction which will fast tract development in Ogun State.
Chief Isiaka lamented that they are telling the government the need to bring development to the people but they cannot do it alone but with the support of the people in order to have a better future for the coming generation.
On which political party he is going to be contesting in 2019 Gubernatorial election, he said emphatically that it is African Democratic Congress (ADC).
He advised Ogun indigenes to go get their Permanent Voter’s Card. He further charged Yewa/Awori people to always listen to other people’s opinion and to shun social and political vices as 2019 election approaches.