By Olasunkanmi Akoni
The All Progressives Congress, APC, governorship aspirant in Ondo State, Moyosola Niran-Oladunni has said that corrupt people are the ones that are not comfortable with the current policies and anti-graft war of the Federal Government.

He made the remark while speaking with newsmen at the 6th anniversary of Trinity House, led by popular cleric, Pastor Ituah Ighodalo.

When asked if Ondo State people would vote APC in the November governorship elections, judging by the perceived selective nature of the anti-corruption war of the APC government, Niran-Oladunni stated, “Nigerians are happy; majority of the citizens are optimistic that things will ultimately turn around for the better.

It is the corrupt people that are complaining, it is the corrupt people that are not comfortable with the policies and actions of this government. It is people that have skeletons in their cupboard that have been complaining”.

On his agenda for Ondo State, Niran-Oladunni said his vision is to transform the state to one of the most popular destinations on the continent and the world at large by harnessing the potentials of the state in tourism and natural resources. He said his government would also not ignore the vast opportunities that lie in agriculture.

The gubernatorial hopeful, who is popularly called MNO (acronym for Making New Ondo) by his supporters, further stated: “We will make Ondo State a city state that will thrive on the provision of basic infrastructure, particularly in rural communities. We will not make promises that we will not keep. One thing that has been going for us is our credibility and even our opponents cannot deny the credibility of our candidacy. Our overriding passion is to turn Ondo into a state that people will constantly visit for business and tourism. This is achievable and we are determined to do it.”

Dignitaries at the anniversary with the theme: ‘Thanking God and Moving Forward,’ include, minister of transportation, Rt. Hon. Rotimi Amaechi, former Ekiti State governor, Otunba Niyi Adebayo and his wife, Angela and former First Lady of Lagos State, Mrs. Abimbola Fashola, among others.

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