Boy With Disability Gives shocking revelation of Seyi Makinde in Public
"when they were renovating it, I still know because I can feel it."
It was such a sight to behold on Monday in Ogbomoso as a boy with disability who identified himself as Abel Olawuyi, revealed shocking reasons why Seyi Makinde needs to be reelected into Office in 2023.
Many have wondered how a small boy with an eye problem could see what Seyi Makinde has done and what he justified as the reason for him to be reelected into office.
The boy, Olawuyi with disability, attested that Seyi Makinde has completely renovated the road to the blind centre, in Ogbomoso, which makes the road smooth for locomotion.
He said it was not like that before.
Asked how he got to know despite his eyes disability, Olawuyi who is from Ile Oguo, Isoko Ogbomoso, said “I know because it is the same route I usually take to school and when they were renovating it, I still know because I can feel it.”
The executive governor of Oyo State, Engineer Seyi Makinde has advised opposition parties to not waste their money in campaigning for the 2023 election.
Makinde disclosed this during his election campaign in Ogbomoso on Monday, adding that it is going to be an unnecessary gymnastics if the opposition parties continue to spend their money on an election they cannot win.
There was an interminable loud cheer in Ogbomoso today as Seyi Makinde voluntarily took a walk with the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology students, on Monday.
Since 2019, before his election and after, larger citizens of Oyo State could relate that Seyi Makinde has developed this special affinity and penchant for LAUTECH, owning to their unflinching support for him, always.
Seyi Makinde has always actively regarded his sons and daughters to the point that his forefathers liked babies.
Peradventure, this was what prompted his kind heart again to organise a one-day walk with them despite his campaign busy schedule.
Moreover, such a walk is categorised as never-seen in the history of LAUTECH, after the previous Governor had treated the students as the opposite of good, Damilare noted.