Ajadi slams Buhari for disobeying Supreme Court, vows to rebuild Ogun

Olufemi Ajadi

Olufemi Ajadi

The governorship candidate of the New Nigeria Peoples Party, (NNPP), in Ogun State, Olufemi Ajadi Oguntoyinbo, has condemned President Muhammadu Buhari for going against the order of the Supreme court when he directed that only N200 will only be accepted as a legal in the country.

Oguntoyinbo further said that he is contesting as a governor to build a new Ogun state that shall be self-sustained in all sectors.

The governorship hopeful who made the declaration at the guest forum, titled: “Speak Out” organized by members of the Correspondents’ Chapel of the Oyo State of the Nigeria Union of Journalists, NUJ in Ibadan noted that his government will access five hundred billion N500 billions, e-pension and pay N68bn pension which the current administration is owing pensioners in the state.

He further lamented that it was a bad omen when the president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, who suppose to be the chief security officer and chief defender of the country’s constitution now not only violate but overruled the decision of the Supreme court.

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The NNPP Chieftain emphasized that the president confused himself when he allows the N200 to be accepted as a legal tender while overruling that of N500 and N1000.

Oguntoyinbo stated that he will secure the security of the Ogun state by providing CCTV cameras in all boarder, adding that this gives the youth employment and enhance the economic status of the state.

The governorship candidate further disclosed that his government will give free education to all the pupils in primary and secondary schools across the state to increase the state’s academic performance among the states in Nigeria.

He noted that apart from the fact that the government will introduce “operation no pothole” all the roads that link the state shall be tarred.

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