As the election gather momentum, different contenders are consulting towards getting a party to field them alongside where they will get chance of winning the forthcoming election. Last week, Governor Ibikunle Amosun has restated his commitment in choosing his successor from Ogun West senatorial district of the state to break the long years jinx on the YEWA’s in getting governorship position come 2019.
According to research by Amebo Online News, Prince John Olumuyiwa is the most youngest among all the contenders in the race of governorship in Ogun State with readiness in taking over the government from Senator Ibikunle Amosun come 2019.
Prince John Olumuyiwa Adegbola (aka Prince ADEJOHN), is a young man of 35 years from Ado-Odo in Ado-Odo/Ota LGA of Ogun State.
Thirteen years ago, he was the SUG President of University of Uyo/Osun State College of Education, Ila Orangun where he led a violent free government operating on 3 arms of government focusing on students’ welfare. He participated actively in activities of National Association of Ogun State Students in the school and championed a state tour for members of the association.
He has a B.Sc.(Ed) Mathematics degree, a member of the Teachers’ Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN) and an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, UK (Assoc. CIPD).
He has some years of experience in administration & human resource management, worked in few industries including education, architectural hardware, oil and intellectual & developmental health.
He is married and blessed with two children.
He is running for the governorship of our dear state to bring about the much desired difference of an all inclusive government focusing on the welfare of the good people of Ogun State through the PHETTHA Principle of Governance Towards Self Sufficiency:
P – Power
H – Health
E – Education
T – Technology
T – Tourism
H – Housing
A – Agriculture
Prince ADEJOHN believes in the equitable distribution of state’s resources, social welfare, security being community based, saying that a worker is worthy of his wages, resource control by states, infrastructure provision should be on needs basis, Corporate Social Responsibility, a private sector driven economy will free government’s resources to avail a pool of funds for social welfare, good governance based on ethics, sports development & promotion as a veritable tool for unity, peace & progress, the sanctity of human life, the inclusion of physically challenged persons into the society by making reasonable adjustments to public facilities and paying attention to their plight, Nigerian labour laws are archaic, moribund and not fit for humans and requires a overhaul.
Tell someone that knows someone who knows someone that knows someone to support John Adegbola come 2019 elections.