Iyiola Omisore is the candidate of the PDP for the August 9 election.
The gubernatorial candidate of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, Iyiola Omisore, has promised to run a world class government in Osun State in which development and prosperity would embrace all stakeholders if voted in at the August 9 gubernatorial election.
In his final campaign statement, Wednesday, Mr. Omisore said that the welfare of the people will be paramount in his leadership, adding that his eight-point agenda will be implemented from a pro-people angle.
“The people will come first – artisans, public servants, youth, women and other sub sectors of the population,” Mr. Omisore said.
“Development programmes will be people centred and I will not sacrifice the good of our people for anything. I have gone round the remotest parts of the state. I have listened to our people.
“I took notes on all the wards visited. I promise development and prosperity that leave no one behind,” Mr. Omisore added.
In his eight-point agenda, Mr. Omisore said that he will focus on education, people driven agricultural policy, enhanced health care agenda, sustainable infrastructural development agenda, and mainstreaming of youth and women development.
The others include a “dignified” employment agenda, restoration of dignity of public service administration as well as good governance and public accountability.
“I will be a governor for all irrespective of religious affiliation,” Mr. Omisore said.
“The divisions created within our peaceful state by the APC government will be healed. The pains of parents over evil School policy, the slave holding agricultural policies and poverty inducing capital flight will be a thing of the past.
“As a royal prince from paternal and material sides, I will give due honour to traditional institutions.
“I will bring my experience as a certified engineer to bear to ensure value for money in project management. Never will Osun again witnessed shady contract awards and engagement outside due process.
“Your vote for me on Saturday is a vote for liberation from the pains and slavery of the past four years. If elected Governor on Saturday, I will stand firm with the people from the beginning till the end,” Mr. Omisore said