Why I want to be Lagos Island LG Chairman – Ojora
Apparently disturbed by the lackluster developments in the Lagos Island local government areas, Prince Wale Ojora has taken the bull by the horn to vie for the chairmanship position of the council in the forthcoming local council elections.
This is as a result of his conviction that he has got what it takes to take the council area to the next level that will be in conformity with his party’s manifestoes and aspiration of change.
Speaking recently with journalists, the former council secretary explained that he was persuaded by various political interest groups in the area who have severally lobbied him to come out and vie for the position and perhaps make him the only candidate to beat at the moment.
In his view, Lagos Island needs to be brought back to its old glory where virtually all the blue-chip companies used to have their headquarters either on Marina or Broad street, saying ‘It is disheartening that almost all the companies now prefer Victoria Isalnd, Lekki or Ikoyi, we must find a way to bring those companies back because the problems are being resolved by the present state governor’
Ojora who presently oversees the Lagos State Enforcement Training Institute (LETI) claimed to be the appropriate candidate for the post, having been a councilor and council secretary in the past and equally well educated to take the challenge of leadership.
According to him, the local government urgently need to fix all the primary health centers and the primary schools to give a decent life to the residents who may not afford the luxury of private consultations.
On his confidence to clinch the ticket of his party, All Progressive Congress, Ojora opined that APC is a party of democrats that will give a level playing ground to all aspirants and because of this, he is assured that he is the man the party will put forward to contest the election.