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I’ll not step down for any aspirant — Ex-NMA President, Faduyile

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A former Special Adviser on Health to late former Governor Rotimi Akeredolu, and former President of Nigerian Medical Association, Prof. Dayo Faduyile, has ruled out stepping down from the race for the party’s ticket, saying he is favourably positioned to clinch the APC ticket.

Faduyile, a governorship aspirant under the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC) stated this during his visit to the party’s secretariat in Akure, Ondo state capital, to declare his intention to run for the governorship seat denied stepping down in favour of another contestant.

According to him, there was no way he would back out of his aspiration or collapse his structure for any aspirant in the coming primary election of the party in the state.

He stated, “I am coming on board to build a new Ondo State and I have my blueprint on how the new Sunshine State will look like”

The former President of the Nigeria Medical Association said “I have not consider stepping down, I am going for the election and I am positive of winning”.

Speaking on the claim of some aspirants that the late governor Akeredolu endorsed their ambition before his demise, said the late governor never mentioned or declared his position about his successor.

Faduyile advised those banking on the endorsement of the governor to work hard and stated ” I am touting God for this project, the ultimate decider of all things.

“I work with late Akeredolu. I can tell you authoritatively that Akeredolu has no preferred candidate.

“I attended all the SEC meetings and he never said anything about his preferred candidate to the cabinet members not for once.

“Endorsement is good but you have to work for it. I am working hard and I am believing that with God all things are possible. We have to work for endorsement.”

Prof. Faduliye however, promised to use technology to boost youth employment as well as give priority to the development of agriculture in the state to tackle food insecurity

Responding, the Ondo APC Chairman, Engr. Ade Adetimehin, who urged Faduliye to focus on youth empowerment if elected as Governor, advised all aspirants to eschew violent acts.


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