“We will like to know what our governor will like to be remembered for after his tenure. The next Governor of Oyo state must have specific Ibadan agenda. Ibadan has 54% of the Oyo state electorate and some 3,000 polling booths.
“How do our politicians see the benefits and challenges embedded in the completion of the Ibadan circular road, the Lagos-Ibadan standard gauge rail system, the Lagos-Ibadan expressway, the dry dock project and the Ibadan Kaduna rail system?,” Soladoye queried.
Akala who reeled out programmes on education, health, infrastructure, empowerment for youths and women and agriculture, also pledged to restore lost glory of the state and rule with the fear of God if given the chance once again, to build on the lofty projects he started few years ago.
Adelabu who recently disengaged from the Central Bank of Nigeria as the Deputy Governor promised to revitalise the state’s economy through financial re-engineering by building on the successes of the outgoing administration.
He laid bare his vision tagged next level to include security, agriculture/food security, housing, social infrastructure (health), education, transportation and environment.
The CCII had in its maiden edition few days ago, hosted a Senatorial candidate of the same party with Akala for Oyo south, Dr. Fola Akinosun, who assured the people of his readiness to actualise the agelong dream of making Ibadan a state.