I’ve practicalised governance – Mimiko

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Governor Olusegun Mimiko of Ondo State has said he will win the October 20 governorship election convincingly because he has taken governance from the theoretical to practical realm in his three and half years as governor of the state.

The incumbent told newsmen in Akure that his government had been able to demonstrate that it was possible for a viable synergy to be created between the governed and the government by putting in place projects that will make the people see themselves as part of government.

He added that projects demanded by residents themselves had been delivered in over 500 communities in the state.

Mimiko said: “People now lobby to get their wards from private schools to our mega schools, and our Abiye project has entered the global health lexicon.

“Government is life, its living. Here, you can have affordable health care without compromising quality.

“Through our urban renewal programme, we have been able to take people from the streets and relocate them into better places. For instance, Akure has been transformed from a glorified village into a befitting city.”

Mimiko said his administration had been able to take governance to the people as projects that affect them directly had been executed in the areas of education, health, urban renewal and agriculture.

. He is contesting on the platform of Labour Party, LP.

The incumbent told newsmen in Akure that his government had been able to demonstrate that it was possible for a viable synergy to be created between the governed and the government by putting in place projects that will make the people see themselves as part of government.

He added that projects demanded by residents themselves had been delivered in over 500 communities in the state.

Mimiko said: “People now lobby to get their wards from private schools to our mega schools, and our Abiye project has entered the global health lexicon.  Government is life, its living. Here, you can have affordable health care without compromising quality.

“Through our urban renewal programme, we have been able to take people from the streets and relocate them into better places. For instance, Akure has been transformed from a glorified village into a befitting city.”

Mimiko said his administration had been able to take governance to the people as projects that affect them directly had been executed in the areas of education, health, urban renewal and agriculture.

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