PDP Lawmaker Expresses Willingness To Collaborate With Tinubu

Anthony Adepoju, a PDP lawmaker representing Ibarapa Central/Ibarapa North in Oyo State, has expressed his willingness to collaborate with President Bola Tinubu, despite being elected under the All Progressives Congress.

During an interview on Kaftan TV, Adepoju stated that his primary focus is the growth and development of the country.

He emphasized that his intention to become a lawmaker was driven by a desire to address the issues faced by his constituents, particularly concerning power supply.

His words: “What I am after is the development of Nigeria. And the president we have is who we should work with. At this point, Tinubu is our president and I am ready to work with him.

“If we are not satisfied with how things go, there are two options to be done. One is we keep mum and be expecting God will do it and the other is to strive and make sure there is a transformation in the situation. The other option is what I chose and the reason why I contested.

“Part of the things I was not satisfied with was the shortage or non-availability of electricity supply which has made many residents leave the constituency for other parts of the state and other nearby states.

Many of us are educated and skilful but left due to poor power supply and this is affecting our economy amongst many others,” Adepoju added.

He, however, urges every member of the constituency to work together for the growth of the constituency.

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