The Governorship candidate of the Afriçan Democractic Congress, ADC, Elder Leke Abejide has promised to bridge the infrastructural gap in Igalaland especially in Olamaboro and Anpka council areas of the zone, if elected in the November 11 governorship election.
Abejide made this known when his campaign train berthed in the council areas on Sunday.
The ADC candidate said the issue of power failure which majority of the area suffered from will be tackled immediately he become governor.
He also said he will catalyse the socio-economic development of the areas hrough investment in critical infrastructure, said the area is important to his economic development agenda.
He particularly singled Anpka community as one of the communities that will receive his special attention in the area of tackling flood and other ecological disaster the area suffered from.
“The solid mineral desposit, vast arable land and water resources will be harnessed to the maximum, and we will create more opportunities for every citizen of the state to grow in their chosen endeavour.”
Abejide stressed that his private sector background has prepared him for the task ahead, stressing that he has the experience, knowledge, exposure and understanding of governance.
The ADC Governorship candidate promised to undertake human capital development ventures that will unleash the enormous potentials of people of the state.