2023: I Want To Represent My People In Love – Adetutu Owolabi


Ahead of 2023 general elections, Edo-born advocate and philanthropist, Lady Adetutu Owolabi has said, she wants to represent the good people of Akoko-Edo in love because they have cried out for a fresh governance in the constituency.

She said, she wants to change the narrative in her constituency if elected by the good people of Akoko-Edo into the green chamber to work towards an improved leadership across tiers of government in the constituency.

Adetutu pointed out the common suffering of Akoko-Edo people across the country and the desire for improve leadership “our story is not different from the story of every other districts or states in the country. Everyone is suffering, whether it is deteriorated electricity, unemployment, high cost of diesel and petrol, it’s the same story everywhere. But there’s one thing that is happening across the country – an earnest desire to improve leadership. Whether to the west, to the south, everyone is trying to do something different. Because they have realized the importance of sending forth the very best representation in all the tiers of government. Because at the end of the day, no matter how knowledgeable and intelligent your children are, they are still being governed by those in government”

She equally urged the people to go out massively and take advantage of the INEC Continuous Voters Registration to obtain their voter’s card and put in the right candidates and leaders that would help transform the economy of Akoko-Edo and the various local communities.

“INEC will soon open portal for the continuous voters registration, make sure you come out and register. Do not sell your votes. No amount of intimidation, violence or money should shake you or make you deterred from your dreams. I am willing and putting myself forward to represent you so we can build our communities, our constituency, Edo State and Nigeria together because we can’t continue this way, she noted.

The supposed richest local government in Nigeria is now among the poorest. You suffer not because of the choice you made for yourselves but because of the choice the selfish leaders made for you, she added.

It’s time for us to change the narrative, let us come together and unite as family then, we will be stronger together.

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