A Unity Party of Nigeria (UPN) candidate for the Yewa/Ipokia Federal Constituency in the 2015 elections, Hon. Funmilayo Adeyemi-Oginni (a.k.a Omo Baba The Governor), took a swipe at the level of contributions made by past and current members of the House of Representatives from Yewa/Ipokia Federal Constituency and concluded that if elected into the Federal House of Representatives in 2015, she would give the people the best representation that would enhance the rate of development in the area.
Adeyemi-Oginni, who made this remark at Ipokia, Ogun State over the weekend, promised that if elected, her stay in the House of Representatives would lay the foundation for Yewa/Ipokia Federal Constituency as a socially and economically developed area as her main proriority would be to ensure laws that would aid the socio-economic and political development of the constituency in particular and Ogun State in general are made by the National Assembly.
She stressed that what motivated her interest was her desire to help in making laws that would address the socio-economic problems of her people and the need to keep Nigeria one based on equality, justice and fair-play.
Adeyemi-Oginni stated that she had in the last 15 years watched the polity and quality of the constituency’s representation at the National Assembly and noted that a good measure of dynamism needed to be injected into the polity, adding that she was desirous of not only accomplishing that but also giving the people quality leadership.
The candidate, who promised to better the lots of the people if given the opportunity, called on the peace loving UPN members in Yewa/Ipokia Federal Constituency in particular and Ogun State in general to remain united in order to make their dream of a socially and economically developed state a reality.
She, however, used the opportunity to express her appreciation to the people of Yewa/Ipokia Federal Constituency for their loyalty and support to the Ogun State UPN and the party’s Ogun State Governorship flagbearer, Prince Rotimi Paseda, promising that she would not let them down if elected into the House of Representatives in 2015.