By Michael Adesanya
The Chairman of the Ogun State chapter of Accord Party, Elder Isiaka Amusa has disclosed the party would produce the next Governor of the state come 2019.
He gave the assurance after the popular actor, Gbenga Adebayo Oladunni a.k.a Imalian boy obtained his nomination form to contest for a seat at State House of Assembly at the state Secretariat of the party in Abeokuta, the state capital.
Amusa said the party has what it takes to win all elective positions in the state, insisting that the party is the only party in the State that has no factions.
He revealed that the party has a well-planned strategy to dislodge the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) from power next year.
Amusa stressed that the party is a party that which ideology is all about issues that concerns people’s economic and social wellbeing not money politics, which, he explained has taken over the politics of the country.
His words: “Accord party is the only party in the State and even at national that has no division, no rancour. We are one, united, we are based on issues not money politics. We don’t deceive people. All other parties have two, two factions all over but we are one”
“We have a strategy to win and we will win the governorship and all the rest. Accord party will surprise everybody in next year’s election “.
He however enjoined Oladunni to use his popularity to mobilise support for the party, saying, “We must all go out there and preach the gospel of this great party. ”
In his response, Oladunni who is contesting for the Abeokuta North state constituency said he joined the race in order to bring more dividends of democracy to his constituency.
He state that if elected, he would lobby the government as a legislator to facilitate developmental projects to his constituency, adding that he would also pressure government to bring qualitative education to his area.
On why he joined the party, Oladunni said, “This party’s manifesto conforms with the ideology of the people of Ogun State. I believe in it so that it is why I joined them”.
He therefore added that his political aspiration would not affect his acting career.