Governor-elect, Makinde Haunted By Electoral Promises
The Oyo State Chapter of the All Progressives Congress says the state governor-elect, Mr Seyi Makinde, has made a U-turn on his electoral promises.
The party, which noted that it was too early for Makinde to break his promises, asked him to focus on fulfilling them.
The Publicity Secretary of the party, Dr AbdulAzeez Olatunde, said it seemed that the governor elect and his handlers were unprepared to govern Oyo State.
Olatunde said, “Makinde said during his electoral campaign that Oyo workers deserved more than N30,000 as minimum wage. Now, he was quoted in Abuja as saying that he could not pay the N30,000 minimum wage. We (APC) decided not to comment on Makinde’s electoral promise U-turn because we want the people of Oyo State to judge him.
“The people of Oyo State deserve the best and we hope Makinde’s PDP will try not to disappoint them, which is doubtful. We wish him the best in his endeavors but with a caution that it is too early to renege on his electoral promises.
“We want to urge him to tread softly on the issue of hajj operations. He should by now know that pilgrimage is structured with timing for all participating pilgrims throughout the world. It is not just about Oyo State pilgrims. We appeal to him to stop displaying his naivety about governance.”
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