Aderemi Banjo, deplores the leadership style of Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila.
All Progressives Congress (APC) House of Representatives aspirant, Aderemi Banjo, on Sunday deplored the leadership style of House Leader, Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila.
Banjo, who fielded questions from newsmen in Lagos, claimed that for 15 years, the member representing Surulere Constituency 01 in the House of Representatives has failed to deliver democracy dividends to the people.
He said: “The grim picture is reversible. APC stands for change. Enough is enough. Surulere constituency 0I deserves better representation and by the grace of God, the electorate will change Femi Gbajabiamila in 2019”.
He chastised Gbajabiamila for his alleged insensitivity to the needs of the people and fire brigade approach during elections.
“Constituency fractionalization, Tuke-Tuke and Okada that the Lagos State government is trying to outlaw seem to be the only legacies which Gbajabiamila is capable of bequeathing to the wonderful people of Surulere,” he said.
The former national chairman of Mega Progressive Party (MPP) urged the constituents to reject the 5th term agenda of Gbajabiamila.
“I have a better grasp of the issues at hand. I am very familiar with the peculiar problems facing the constituency. I covered a lot of grounds during my campaigns.
“That exercise gave me a deep insight into the problems facing the people in this constituency – their problems, their needs and since then, my mind has always been agitated as to how to find solutions to these problems. I am only seeking an opportunity to serve.
However, Banjo hailed the emergence of Adams Oshiomhole as APC national chairman and urged him to reconcile aggrieved stakeholders and engineer them back for effective participation.