By Our Correspondent
Ogun state NNPP gubernatorial candidate has declared that he’s in the race to win.
Naijanewshub.com.ng reports that Comrade Olufemi Oguntoyinbo the New Nigeria People’s Party, (NNPP) governorship candidate in Ogun state, Comrade Olufemi Oguntoyinbo has declared that he is contesting to win the state governorship election.
Comrade Oguntoyinbo made this known while featuring on the Oyo state NUJ Correspondents Chapel Guest Forum ” Speak Out” in Ibadan.
The NNPP governorship candidate declared that he will not step down for any candidate in the March 11 election as he is determined to build a new Ogun state.
He stressed that he has all what it takes to govern Ogun state as the youngest among the candidates and as the person with the needed experience to move the state forward.
Emphasizing that he will not step down for any of the candidates during the next month’s election, because he was not ready to tarnish his image, the NNPP governorship candidate said he will not step down for anyone, because he was not ready to disappoint his followers.
“I am not stepping down for anybody. Because, I am not ready to tarnish my profile. I will not step down, because I do not want to disappoint my followers. I am the youngest among the candidates”, he said.
Comrade Oguntoyinbo added, “I have all what it takes because Nigerians have been clamouring for youths o clock”.
“I am coming on board to build new Ogun state. I have my blueprint on how new Ogun state will look like”.
Speaking further, the NNPP governorship candidate blamed the present situation in Nigeria especially the current naira scarcity on the failure of those at the helm of affairs in the country.
The NNPP governorship candidate accused President Muhammadu Buhari of acting against the Supreme court position on the new naira swapping, saying with his broadcast, it is glaring that President Buhari is confusing himself.
Comrade Oguntoyinbo maintained that it was unfortunate that policy makers in the country do not think about the effect on the masses.