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Politics / Re: Osun 2018 Governorship Election Results: INEC Official Announcement Updates by shosky1794: 5:25am
APC will eventually lose this. For PDP to even win in Ilesa shows how the final results will look like. This should tell Tinubu and co something. You've got to pay your workers.

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Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 2:17pm On Sep 14
donprosper6:


I think so

What you have here isn't gcam. It's open camera and open camera doesn't have portrait or lens blur mode.
Politics / Re: Adekunle Akinlade Emerges APC Ogun Governorship Candidate by shosky1794: 11:46pm On Sep 08
Omofunaab2:



Funny enough the ijebus can't win without the support of Ogun central.. .Ogun central has the voting strength to support any candidate to become the governor.. Despite ijebu people not voting for Amosun in 2015 , He won although the margin was close.

Apc needs just Ogun central and
Ogun west to win the election

Ladi can't get 15% in Ogun central. ..

My point exactly. The Ijebus actually want a core Ijebu person and not somebody from Remo so it's a sort of dilemma for them. The margin of the last election was not close o. Check the results again. The Egbas will not vote for Ladi and I'm he won't get up to 15% in Ogun West. As for GNI, he won't even get up to half of what he got from Ogun West in the last election. The reason is because the people of Ogun West now believe that their best chance to be governor is through an APC candidate from their zone so they will vote massively for that AAA guy.

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Politics / Re: Adekunle Akinlade Emerges APC Ogun Governorship Candidate by shosky1794: 11:36pm On Sep 08
Tobimillar1:


Prior to today, the two known names from Ogun west are senator yayi and GNI. And from nowhere amosun brought the akinladr guy. Don't worry, ijebu wil do same too.

The Ijebus have only the PDP platform and Ladi already has the PDP ticket in his pocket. So tell how the Ijebus will realise their aspirations of presenting a candidate. Also without the votes of Ogun Central, your candidate can't win the election. Ogun Central will go in any direction Amosun points. Abeokuta South, Ado-Odo/Ota and Ifo are three LGAs with highest number of votes in Ogun State and they will definitely go to APC. Forget GNI, he's just wasting his time and money like he has always done.

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Politics / Re: Adekunle Akinlade Emerges APC Ogun Governorship Candidate by shosky1794: 10:22pm On Sep 08
Firebomber:


Bros actually that part of ogun is a lie.

Christian are majority in Ogun state unless you want to tell me that Christian and Muslim are 50-50 too in Osun state.

Nice analysis though.

And dont forget to add that tolerance never complete until Muslim start allowing there daughter to marry Christian.


Peace

What's this again now. My mother was a Muslim but she married my dad who was a Christian. My uncle too married a Muslim wife. I can count so many Muslim ladies who married Christians as husbands. So what's it you are Christian. This is South West nobody cares the name you call your God as long you have the fear of God in you, you are Omoluabi. It was in 2015 that this issue of religious discrimination started coming up in the west all thanks to PDP. The more reason PDP will find it hard to rule any South Western state again.

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Politics / Re: Adekunle Akinlade Emerges APC Ogun Governorship Candidate by shosky1794: 10:10pm On Sep 08
babaolofin:


We are not interested in your analysis. Saying Daniel is from Ojumele will bring another story that would waste energy. Logically, it is irrational to forget that Ijebu land is yet to produce a governor while Segun Osoba & Amosun are from Egba because the tenure of late baba Onabanjo has nothing to do with this dispensation. If a candidate lost an election after first term, it means the candidate has finished his term. If he had ruled well or acceptable to the people, he would have won for second tenure.

Moreover, you cannot force the Ijebus to vote for candidate presented by yewa or the one imposed by Amosun.

I bet you can use the votes of only the Ijebus to become governor of the state then. No candidate of yours will win in Ogun central so tell me how you want to win the election. Who's the candidate you want to even present? Ladi(who's even Remo o)? That one won't get up to 20 percent in Ogun central and I doubt he will get up to 10 percent in Ogun West. Just accept your fate and wait till 2027.

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Politics / Re: Why PDP Can't Win Osun Governorship Election. PICS. by shosky1794: 8:29pm On Sep 08
GavelSlam:


Let's be honest, Aregbesola has done well.

Infrastructure is what leads to increase in commerce and with commerce stems creativity.

The move away from a bloated civil service should be encouraged and this salary debt should be seen as a blessing in disguise.

When the revenue stream by way of allocation was much more, the people enjoyed 13 months of salaries which implies the governor is pretty much welfarist but wouldn't compromise infrastructure for wages.

A look to our history would suggest very few governors have provided such dramatic infrastructural growth within the time frame.

History would be kind to Aregbe.

That's why I said I will leave my reservations on the issues of salary till after the election so people won't think one encourages the non-payment of salaries. I agree with you on the bloated civil service but you very well know that everything is politics in this part of the world. My take on our various states civil services is that instead of laying them off why not pay some of them off and reduce the size of your workforce. It has been proven in Osun that you can work as a governor without commissioners and advisers for a year or so. Use the salaries and allowances of these commissioners and advisers(and their advisers) to pay off some your civil servants. That way they have something to set themselves up and you reduce the size of your civil service considerably.

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Politics / Re: Why PDP Can't Win Osun Governorship Election. PICS. by shosky1794: 7:48pm On Sep 08
olril17:


thanks, alright.. I'm usually civil but you know u should not keep quiet when people gang up to bully you online because you don't agree with them.

secondly I'm not a pdp supporter,not that I'm afraid to admit that, infact in this election I'm actually indifferent, because a new shiny governor does not mean everything will suddenly change in the twinkle of an eye..

but to be honest, I secretly wish omisore should win..


and thirdly, I can only speak on what I know and what Im witnessing,so it is irrelevant to be comparing aregbe to other governors ( in the east)

He did well in osogbo, that is undeniable, but when you see propagandist regurgitating nonsense that he built all those roads you see online all over osun state, and you know it's nothing but a lie, you have to talk out.
you only need to take a major tour all around osun towns, and your eyes will quickly open.

However if you read my posts very well, roads or not, or other things are not why I'm against aregbe.
I'm against him because of salaries and pensions...
he used Jonathan as an excuse first, then he said if Buhari wins, that will be a thing of the past.
then Buhari won, and the situation got worse, despite collecting more than one bailout funds which the Fg said categorically it should be used to pay salaries and pensions.
All the pensioners that retired during Aregbe's regime have not collected gratuity, talk less of being paid their normal monthly stipends...civil servants are owed a year and 7 months salary and with election a few days away, he is definitely not gonna pay up...
thats the highest height of wickedness, I refused to follow a politician dogmentically, I'm a commoner and my sympathy lies with fellow commoners...

you will see apc goons uploading roads and schools,but non payment of salary and pensions does not matter to them.


Well since you have lived in Osun for a long time, compare his performance to the performance of the governors before him, Akande and Oyinlola. I have my reservations regarding this issue of non-payment of salaries but I will leave that discussions till after the election no matter who's voted in. Let's just keep being civil and objective in our discussions here. We don't need to abuse one another to make our point. God bless you bro.

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Politics / Re: Why PDP Can't Win Osun Governorship Election. PICS. by shosky1794: 7:42pm On Sep 08
CodeTemplar:


Those yardstick you are trying to sell here by tagging people as easterners or iPod aren't intelligent.
To whom much is given much is expected.
Why not let us compare his performance to his level of funding?
1. Compare debt increase of almost 1000% to IGR increase of just 30% and tell us if it looks fair to you.
2. Compare the fact that Aregbe once paid workers 13th month salary when the state was receiving huge oil windfall to the fact that he is now paying half salary. Has the state workers suddenly gone lazy just because oil prices dwindled?
3. Same Aregbe once said the people are too poor to be taxed and now he is over deducting their meagre pay through funny loan repayment.

These are better yardstick to measure his performance than comparing him to a state(s) that didn't take up to 35% the loans Osun took.

Let's us be objective people are dying of hunger.

Good points but in Nigeria politics and once it comes elections down, performance of an administration is always relative. Look at what they are saying about Umahi. He has done really well from what I read and the pictures I've seen. But most of the pictures we've seen are majorly roads and this is because the governors before him did nothing about those roads or other infrastructure. The reason some people from Osun will praise Aregbe is because they've not seen those kind of roads he built in their state before. The day we start measuring performance of any administration by the quality improvement they made in education and human capital development is when our politicians will start sitting tight. Tinubu with all his faults will always be one of the best governors in the South West. It was not about roads for him. He did well in the area education, health and the environment. Infact I rate higher than Ambode but people will argue this. We can debate this issue of non-payment of salaries forever. I have my reservations but I will leave till after the election.

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Politics / Re: Adekunle Akinlade Emerges APC Ogun Governorship Candidate by shosky1794: 7:21pm On Sep 08
senatordave1:

You lie.yewa people will vote more for GNI while the egbas will deliver for triple A

You've shown that you know Ogun State politics even more than those who claim to come from the state. I've discussed the chances of the APC candidate on the other thread so I won't be saying much. Let me just correct one or two things. GNI won't get more votes than AAA in Ogun West(Not Yewa o). He's not really popular in Ado-odo/Ota and has always performed there very poorly. The margin between him and Amosun in 2015 was huge and it was worse in 2011. Remember he was in PDP in 2015 but in an unpopular PPN in 2011. Same scenario will play out in 2019. His ADC is not that popular in the state and Obasanjo will be neutral in the governoship election. Remember also that Ado-Odo/Ota is the 2nd most populated lga in Ogun State and the votes from there alone cover almost 2 LGAs in Ogun West. I know other lgas in Ogun West that GNI will not win and the margins in the ones he will win will be very few, not even upto 1000. PDP will pick Adebutu and he won't get the support of Ogun Central. His performance there will be very poor I can tell you. Now to Ogun East, Adebutu is from Iperu(Remo) but the Ijebus want a core Ijebu man and not somebody from Remo. Because of this he won't get their absolute support. The performance(whether 1st or 2nd term) of Amosun in Sagamu will come in good for APC. It's really looking good for the APC candidate.

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Politics / Re: Why PDP Can't Win Osun Governorship Election. PICS. by shosky1794: 6:16pm On Sep 08
olril17:


eleribu, oloshi omoale....
see the bastard idiot whose family depends on handouts from politicians talking about facts and not caring about osun..

fact like pensioners are not collecting gratuity or facts like civil servants are owed one year and 7 months of full salary, or that osun civil servants will go on strike soon, or that education is camatose in state in osun state...

eni ayee e ti baje...
bastard

On a particular thread, you said in Ogun State and that the person quoted was wrong even when the guy was saying the truth. Just like I said on that thread performance is relative. You have to compare the performance of a governor or a party to the previous one. Another angle is to compare the performance of a governor to other governors in the the country. Most of the people supporting the PDP candiate here are from the Eastern part of the country. Why don't they compare the performance of Aregbe to governors from the East who spent 8 years. Abia, Ebonyi(before Umahi), Imo. Also compare the performance of Aregbe to the governors before him in the state, Akande, Oyinlola(who spent 5-6yrs). We all went to school so let's argue with facts, figures like we were taught. Please try and be civil when making your points next time. Thanks

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Politics / Re: Why PDP Can't Win Osun Governorship Election. PICS. by shosky1794: 5:57pm On Sep 08
Johnnyessence:
deomelo, you are Ajele, so get off from my comment here. when have you reach osun state. you are in Lagos getting some pictures from Apc twitter handle to post on nairaland. stop arguing with the osun based people OK.

So you can call someone a stranger in Osun but you were part of those arguing on another thread that Tinubu did not start and complete any project in Lagos as if you know Lagos that well. On another thread you were talking about the Governorship aspirations of Yayi in Ogun state even when the guy had dropped out of the race. At a point, you praised Aregbe to high heavens. I guess this was when your pay-masters were having their way in APC. You need to be stable in your reasoning. That's the only way people will take you seriously. You've been harping on the same copied write-up for people not to vote for Aregbe's candidate. But I can bet you if that write-up is what the opposition is campaigning with in the state then they are not ready at all.

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Politics / Re: APC Can't Win Osun Governorship Election by shosky1794: 10:07pm On Sep 07
kayzat:




I don't know how you people find it easy arguing with brainless souls like that. Should we be talking of the millennium schools, LSDPC housing projects, roads, the stadium in surulere, LASAMBUS, LASEMA, LASTMA, KAI, upgrading of maternity hospitals to general hospitals, Jigi bola, the IGR magic etc?

Even the brt , Lawma are brainchild of his administration




Baba ni bola honor.

They are comparing Marwa administration to Tinubu's. In the area of health alone, he's second to none. He gave Alimosho lga its first general hospital. Igando road was constructed by Julius Berger and the is still standing till date. Mushin-Ojuelegba road. Many roads in Lagos were being constructed by Julius Berger when no other state could dare employ the services of Julius Berger. Tinubu was the best governor in Nigeria during his time. Somebody should dispute this with facts

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Politics / Re: APC Can't Win Osun Governorship Election by shosky1794: 9:52pm On Sep 07
gurnam:


Some of you have very shallow brain. If you don’t know what Tinubu did in Lagos, I can’t help your foolishness

I can actually tell those 90s kids the many projects Tinubu started and completed in Lagos but they should first tell me 3 projects Marwa completed in Lagos.

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Politics / Re: APC Can't Win Osun Governorship Election by shosky1794: 9:50pm On Sep 07
Wiseandtrue:

[b]Don't mind him jàrè! No sane person can even equate Tinubu's regime to any governor that has ever lead Lagos State!

Lagos State was a dump site under Tinubu!

Robbery is a norm even in daylight!

Tinubu does not do anything if he does not have 10x share profit!

There was stagnancy. No development in sight!

He claimed that OBJ was not releasing funds!

Fashola is just too modest or probably because they were in the same party if not if he were to comment on the decay he met on ground, Tinubu would have being jailed!

He is comparing Tinubu to Marwa undecided Marwa's policies brought a lot of joy to Lagosians such that women, mothers were willing to lay down their lives for him, some even lay curses on those who attempted to murder him!

Cause his policies were favouring the poor!

He even had to involve himself in accommodation issues!!! He faced landlords and even jailed anyone trying to make life difficult for the poor!

Marwa was down to earth!

If he is sure of what he is saying, he should just mention one project Tinubu started and finished aside his selfish interest!

I dare him to![/b]

Since you know so much Marwa administration, can you tell us 3 - 4 projects Marwa started and completed in Lagos?

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Politics / Re: APC Can't Win Osun Governorship Election by shosky1794: 8:43pm On Sep 07
Wiseandtrue:

Lagos as a place has it own potentials and Tinubu has nothing to do with it!

Cause the potentials exist even before Tinubu!

Marwa's regime was by far better than Tinubu!

Tinubu is so much associated with thuggery and bribery!

Don't take my word for it, just mention any project started and completed by Tinubu!

Fashola was the one that put Lagos back to the map!

Okay

It's either you don't know Lagos at all or you were born in the 90s. So many Federal projects that Tinubu did. Lagos environment was in a mess when Tinubu came in but he revamp the environment. Take Alimosho LGA for example, so many roads that were in serious disrepair, he fixed them using Julius Berger. Mushin, Surulere, Ikeja, just name them. The template that Fashola followed was laid down by Tinubu. Isheri-Igando-Lasu road. Most people who comment on Nairaland were not even of voting age(18) when Tinubu left in 2007. If he didn't perform, he won't have won in 2003 when Obasanjo threw everything at him.

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Politics / Re: Abdulkabir Adekunle Akinlade: Amosun’s Preferred Ogun APC Governorship Candidate by shosky1794: 6:12pm On Sep 07
olril17:


I know ado odo like the back of my palm.. are you talking about the one I know or another one?

What were his performances in ado-odo/ota in 2011 and 2015. Abeokuta South, Ifo and Ado-Odo are where the highest votes in Ogun and GNI has always performed poorly in these 3 LGAs. The margins are always very high. So tell me what you know about Ado-Odo that's different from this
Politics / Re: Abdulkabir Adekunle Akinlade: Amosun’s Preferred Ogun APC Governorship Candidate by shosky1794: 2:48pm On Sep 07
AdedoyinO:


You don't live in ogun state, do you? So you think this AAA is more popular than GNI (who has been in the race since 2011) because Amosun nominated him. Ok, mo ti gbo.

Mind you GNI won most of the LGs in Ogun west in the last election except for Ado-odo/ota... He won 9 LGs in total. I am not campaging for GNI, I don't know him but remember ogun is not Lagos, we went from AD to PDP to ACN/APC. Even Amosun contested on the platform of ANPP against OGD before he won with ACN.

It is too early to make conclusions, the pulse of the people will be felt by the time campaign starts fully.

9 local govts out of 20 local govts and he still didn't win the election and he had the influence of Buruji in Ogun East in 2015, still came third behind APC(ACN) and PDP in 2011. Also, Osoba is back in APC so there won't be SDP splitting votes for APC. You just confirm now that he's not popular in Ado-odo/ota, the 2nd biggest lga in Ogun Sate in terms of population. I'm not supporting any candidate myself I am just telling what's on ground. I live in both Lagos and Ogun state. I go to Ota every week and I am Ogun West(Yewa North) so I know what I am saying.
Politics / Re: Abdulkabir Adekunle Akinlade: Amosun’s Preferred Ogun APC Governorship Candidate by shosky1794: 12:59pm On Sep 07
lenghtinny:


Who told you Daniel worked with Olurin? We all know the chief financier of Ppn at the time unless you want to feign ignorance.
Did Obj tell you he needed Daniel's help at the time?

What I'm saying is that GNI was endorsed by Daniel and he contested in that election. Whether it was via Pdp or Ppn is inconsequential angry

You contested on the platform of PPN while the one you were trying to ride on his popularity and power remained in PDP and did not even campaigned for you publicly. Still you had the federal government checkmating your every move. Think about it bro, a sitting governor who could not campaign for and with his endorsed candidate publicly. Even Tinubu would find it hard to pull this off
Politics / Re: Abdulkabir Adekunle Akinlade: Amosun’s Preferred Ogun APC Governorship Candidate by shosky1794: 12:29pm On Sep 07
lenghtinny:


So when Daniel nominated GNI in 2011, he wasn't a sitting governor angry

It's obvious that you are an Apshit apologist that's why yarnjng dust like this because even Amosun can utter such nonsense.

It's obvious you know little about 2011 election. Daniel wanted GNI as PDP candidate but Obasanjo didn't allow him. Olurin was picked and GNI had to move to PPN while Daniel stayed in PDP was forced to work for Olurin by Obasanjo with the threat of EFCC. You guys should get good history lessons before coming online to argue about what you know little about.

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Politics / Re: Abdulkabir Adekunle Akinlade: Amosun’s Preferred Ogun APC Governorship Candidate by shosky1794: 11:32am On Sep 07
AdedoyinO:


Uncle, I beg to disagree. I am from Ado-odo/ota and i live there. TBH, GNI is more popular across the state than any other candidate. Mind you it is not going to be party this time but personalty.

GNI more popular across the state? That should be a great joke and there's no way it's not going to be about party except they take the elections to Ghana or something. The best GNI will get is to come third as he has always done.

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Politics / Re: Abdulkabir Adekunle Akinlade: Amosun’s Preferred Ogun APC Governorship Candidate by shosky1794: 11:28am On Sep 07
AdedoyinO:


Pray tell, what exactly did Amosun do in ogun west? I guess you are rating him based on the bridges he built all over Abk.

His performance in Ogun West is relative. Compare his performance to any of the other governors before him apart from 'Bisi Onabanjo. I'm old enough to know that he has outperformed all these other governors in the district.

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Politics / Re: Abdulkabir Adekunle Akinlade: Amosun’s Preferred Ogun APC Governorship Candidate by shosky1794: 7:43am On Sep 07
SojiCash:

I schooled there and am active in their politics yewa did not have one voice ... But let's fold our arms and see this is a failure ale ady people like Otegbeye and co dey although I no support PAS as he dey stingy and been a speaker for eight years nothing wey he do the road self then no complete am

They know this is their best chance for one of their own to be Governor. It's the first time a sitting Governor will be anointing a candidate from the district and he has no much competition from the district really. GNI won't get more than 30 percent in the Ogun West because he's not popular in Ado-Odo/Ota even in Ilaro and it's environs. Even if all the oppositions come out with one candidate, it will still be near impossible for them to defeat the APC candidate.

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Politics / Re: Abdulkabir Adekunle Akinlade: Amosun’s Preferred Ogun APC Governorship Candidate by shosky1794: 7:26am On Sep 07
senatordave1:

You have ended the argument.but how do you think buhari will perform

None of these candidates has a chance against him. The ones who won't support him in the South West would rather sit at home than vote any other candidate. Even in the East there would be a lot of voters apathy which is to Buhari's advantage. Which ever way, the man is winning the 2019 presidential election.

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Politics / Re: 2019 General Election: Senator Yayi Pick Up Nomination Form (photos) by shosky1794: 7:17am On Sep 07
gurnam:


Jonathan already moved on, it’s time for all wailers to move on and face the impeding political doom coming the way of PDP after the Presidential primary.

Gbam! If it were a debate, they would end it after your comment. I love comment like this.

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Politics / Re: Abdulkabir Adekunle Akinlade: Amosun’s Preferred Ogun APC Governorship Candidate by shosky1794: 11:20pm On Sep 06
Ridhwan1:
I and my uncle just discussed Ogun politics.

As it stands, it's evident that APC arrangement is quite muddy. But not deep enough to sway them out of the state. Amosun has really done greatly and for the interest of continuity of its dividends, Egbas will still go with his anointed candidate. Yewas, especially the areas perceived to be hugeous in polical strength, like Ado-Odo-Ota et al are likely to fall in for Amosun's dots which consequently will nutralise the strength of ADC/PDP in the area. East, is another chess game. Kashamu is one political influencer, one should not under estimate him... wherever he tilts most likely to win the area. But one disadvantage that associated with this assumption is that, Kashamu remains a suspended PDP member and as such, it's safe to say, he's at logger head with anything PDP in the state. So for any of these aspirants who can earn his sentiment, the better such a aspirant stands. Daniel is also a factor in the East but with one weakness, he's politically relegated (somehow). If the PDP at the national level considers Atiku, then be expecting Daniel's combat 2.0 in Ogun state (which oftentimes, as reputation, it's usually deadly.

Daniel does not have any influence in Ogun East not even in Sagamu where he claimed to come from. PDP can NEVER win the Governorship election in Ogun State in 2019. They will be presenting Ladi Adebutu from Remo and he won't be getting more than Remo votes(not even the whole of Ogun East). As for GNI, the guy is only popular in Yewa North, Imeko-Afon, Ipokia and not the whole of Ogun West. With bloc votes in Ogun Central, the performance of Amosun in Ado-Odo/Ota which is the biggest local govt in Ogun West in terms of votes, there's no way APC will lose that election

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Politics / Re: Abdulkabir Adekunle Akinlade: Amosun’s Preferred Ogun APC Governorship Candidate by shosky1794: 10:34pm On Sep 06
EmirAbj:


Daniel Was Governor Of Your State While Amosun Was Senator, Go Back To History Please And Use Your Brain Nah... Amosun Is Agitating To Go Back To Senate, Can You See How Captivity You're In Ogun State

I am from Ogun State, Ogun West Senatorial district, Yewa North LGA so I know about my state and the politics that go on there. What state are you from and do you even know what goes on in your state. It will be good if you can focus on your state. You don't know anything about Ogun State and you keep abusing people who try to correct you. Must you comment on what you don't know. Read and learn from people who know so you can be well-equipped with correct information next time.

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Politics / Re: Abdulkabir Adekunle Akinlade: Amosun’s Preferred Ogun APC Governorship Candidate by shosky1794: 10:25pm On Sep 06
SojiCash:


Let's wait and see .. But am sure it is open now Yewa people can have ten mouth

I am from Yewa North so I know what I am saying.
Politics / Re: Abdulkabir Adekunle Akinlade: Amosun’s Preferred Ogun APC Governorship Candidate by shosky1794: 9:15pm On Sep 06
SojiCash:
My Opinion is this man Akinlade will get vote from Ipokia and some area and because of GNI the votes in yewa will be divided , most yewa people still loves GNI than this man amosun came years back to impose both Hon and Senate on yewa people. Many scenario will still occur but if Other party should come with better Candidate APC is out Yewa people still prefers T.O.D and B.O.T thans this man .

He will surely win. The opposition against him is already divided and Amosun influence will surely come in handy for him. Amosun is the best performing Governor in Ogun State since Bisi Onabanjo. His achievements dwarf those of PDP and he did so much in Ogun West relatively. The guy is the governor already

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Politics / Re: Abdulkabir Adekunle Akinlade: Amosun’s Preferred Ogun APC Governorship Candidate by shosky1794: 6:22pm On Sep 06
olril17:

I'm living in ogun state, you know nothing, not that the other guy is right either.

From his comments, he sure knows a lot about Ogun State politics even more than those who claim to live in the state.

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Politics / Re: Abdulkabir Adekunle Akinlade: Amosun’s Preferred Ogun APC Governorship Candidate by shosky1794: 6:09pm On Sep 06
senatordave1:

Your very correct.i said this earlier.the bloc votes of ogun central would always deliver ogun to apc.the only way for pdp to defeat apc is to field someone from ogun central.this is how amosun won in 2011

So many people who commented don't know jack about Ogun State politics. There's no way APC will lose the Governorship election in 2019

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Politics / Re: Abdulkabir Adekunle Akinlade: Amosun’s Preferred Ogun APC Governorship Candidate by shosky1794: 6:06pm On Sep 06
senatordave1:

Leave this religious angle na

Seriously I don't what's he's trying to point out. Christians ruled 4 different times consecutively before Amosun Came in. Onabanjo, Osoba(2 different times) and Daniel who was able to complete 2 terms. People in Ogun State don't care about this religious angles. My dad is from a Christian family while my mum is from a Muslim family and it's like this in many families from Ogun State and the entire South West

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