The Governorship candidate of the African Democratic Congress (ADC), Prince Gboyega Nasir Isiaka, said he had fought a good fight having contested for the exalted seat for three consecutive times.
He said the journey was nothing but his passionate desire to serve the people of the State and therefore congratulated the governor-elect, Prince Dapo Abiodun and wished him well in the task before him.
Isiaka submitted he had a lot to share to improve the political historiography of the State.
“On Saturday 9th March 2019, I contested for the office of Ogun State Governor on the platform of the African Democratic Congress ADC; the third time in a long journey of passionate desire to serve. It is no longer news that INEC has declared a winner and the result must be respected.
“For me, the aftermath of this election represents a defining moment and we can begin to take relevant stock. The desire to serve Ogun State has never been about self-pursuit but the strong will to change the wrong system and make life more meaningful to our people.
“At huge personal risk, I put myself forward on three consecutive elections with a firm conviction that I and my team have what it takes to substantially elevate socioeconomic welfare of Ogun State and make it greater. To this, we committed ourselves for the last 12 years.
“This short statement will not attempt to chronicle my experience within these periods as I will surely do so in the nearest future; for definitely, I have a lot to share that will enhance the political historiography of Ogun State.
“Though I am from Ogun West senatorial district and I carried a burden to ensure that the glaring inequality in this state, I consciously pursued a pan-Ogun State agenda; and I am proud of the campaign we ran all through,” he said.