From Bamigbola Gbolagunte, Akure
The House of Representatives candidate of the National Rescue Movement (NRM) for Akoko North East/North West federal constituency of Ondo State, Mr Omolabaro Omotilewa has advised electorate to shun parochial sentiments and vote candidates with competence in the 2023 general elections.
Omotilewa, while speaking with newsmen said he was fully prepared for the next general elections and ready to serve the people of his constituency.
The NRM stalwart who said he has the capacity to deliver, assured that he would be a good ambassador of his constituency if given the opportunity to serve.
He stated that the major political parties have all failed the masses, and therefore canvased the need for the people to vote for his party in the interest of efficient and proper representation.
He said “It has become imperative for the electorate to know that the issue of representation for Akoko North-East/North-West Federal Constituency has nothing to do with party affiliation or continuity, rather capacity and competence,” he said.
Omotilewa who promised to surpass the achievements of the incumbent member representing the constituency, said that NRM was made up of people who were not after money, but rather committed to a positive change in the country’s socio-economic status.
He also implored the people of the constituency to take their destiny in their hands by voting for the NRM.
“We need to know that it is essential for our people to give room for others to perform in line with the existing rotational agenda ahead of the elections.
“Continuity should not be the reality of electing who to represent our constituency, every quarter must be given equal opportunity at serving the people and definitely it is the turn of our quarters (Ikare-Akoko).
“If elected as a member of the House of Representatives in the forthcoming election, I will facilitate and bring many empowerment to the constituency and the state at large.
Omotilewa called on the electorate to vote massively for NRM and allow fairness and equity to be the hallmark of the election irrespective of party affiliations.