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Why we need KOK as our rep – Isolo, Ejigbo residents


By Abolaji Adebayo


The residents of Isolo and Ejigbo under Oshodi-Isolo Constituency II have expressed confidence in the candidature of the former Lagos State Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Hon. Kehinde Bamigbetan popularly known as KOK.


They said the constituency is in safe hand with Bamigbetan as their representative at the green chamber, based on his experience and ability to get what they need for them.
Following his declaration to run for the post of a rep, Bamigbetan’s supporters across the constituency have kept increasing, canvassing for his victory right from the party primary to the general election.

“It is high time we put a stop to trials and try-out. A prepared and ready mind like KOK should be given the baton,” one of the residents in Isolo, Alabi declared.
Alabi said that Bamigbetan has proved himself to be a good leader which is evident in his achievements as former council chairman.

Another resident, Akinola Ajibade said: “He is undoubtedly the most experienced (in public and private services) amongst the aspirants. He is exposed, mature and responsible, most of us ‘online and offline’ can attest to these qualities and attributes of him.

Ajibade said that the constituency needs someone who is younger and have the ability to navigate, saying the post is not supposed to be for elderly people.


A group of supporters who are canvassing for Bamigbetan both online and offline in Ejigbo said: “Let us refine and revamp the representation of Oshodi+Isolo Federal Constituency ll by ensuring the emergence of KOK as our party’s (APC) candidate for the Green Chamber of the National Assembly Elections ’23.”

The group known as KOK For MHR We Shall Overcome added in a statement: “Kehinde Oladapo Kolade Bamigbetan truly worth the catch-phrase, Asojú Rere Fún Agbegbe OSHODI ISOLO FEDERAL CONSTITUENCY II.”