Mr Olufemi Oguntoyinbo, a governorship candidate of the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP) in Ogun, believes to be the state’s youngest governorship candidate.
Oguntoyinbo made the remarks in Ibadan while appearing on the Oyo State NUJ Correspondents Chapel’s “Speak Out” personality programme.
He claims that I am 42 years old. I am a God-sent candidate who has blueprints for creating the Ogun State of my dreams.
“I have all it takes because Nigerians have been clamouring for youths to come on board to use their expertise to turn the country’s political narrative around.
“I am coming on board to build new Ogun State. I have my blueprint on how new Ogun State will look like,” he said.
Oguntoyinbo, however, bluntly declared that he would not step down for any candidate in the race to the state Government House, assuring his supporters that he would win the election on March 11.
“I am not going to step down in this contest, because my coming out for this election is a God’s project on rescue mission in Ogun.
“I am not stepping down for anybody, because, I am not ready to tarnish my rising profile. I will not step down, because I do not want to disappoint my followers. I am the youngest among the candidates,” he said.
The NNPP governorship candidate blamed the present situation in Nigeria, especially the current naira scarcity on the failure of those in charge of its implementation. (NAN)