Our Quest To Succeed Gov. Fayose on October 8, 2018 – Aspirant Atoye

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Ariyo-Dare Atoye

As GovernorAyodele Fayose marks his third year in office, a governorship aspirant, Ariyo-Dare Atoye and his team have assured the “beautiful people of Ekiti State to get ready for the next phase of governance where knowledge and ideas will solve problems.”

In a statement by signed by Gbenga Obisesan, the Director of Youth Mobilisation of Team Ariyo Dare Atoye (TADA), the aspirant said “starting from October 8, 2018, the beautiful people of Ekiti should expect the best deal ever in governance, as we seek to unleash the knowledge potential of our people to create a flourishing state.

“As we felicitate with the beautiful of Ekiti State and Gov. Fayose on the occasion of the third anniversary of his administration, we reckon with the modest achievements so far made in education and infrastructure and we wish him a successful completion of tenure.

“Our humble team is offering the beautiful people of our dear state a new social contract that will require massive investments in human capital, research and development and in hi-tech farming to spark agricultural revolution, as never ever seen in the history of Nigeria.

“We are going to apply wisdom to leadership, search out the best of Ekiti from the fringes of our state, all over Nigeria and in every part of the world, and by the grace of God, we will without hesitation or limitation unleash the glory of knowledge to create wealth.

“Our candidate is a political missionary, he is passionate about his people and humbly committed to making Ekiti State a major Centre of Knowledge in Africa and the pride of the black race.

Hear him:” We have the people, the knowledge and most importantly the grace and wisdom of God to achieve anything we desire to achieve in this world; we are poised to take Ekiti to the next phase of governance, which is all about limitless possibilities.

“We are going to reward the decades of investment of our people in education by using knowledge to revolutionise development, but we are going to start by changing our orientation, from the use of education to acquire certificates, to the use of education to solve problems,” he said.

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