Give Us Peaceful Poll, Fun Seekers tell FG

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Fun Seekers in Ibadan, Oyo state
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Give Us Peaceful Poll, Fun Seekers tell FG

Fun seekers at various recreational centres in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital, have urged the Federal Government to improve the economy and ensure peaceful elections in 2019.

Fun Seekers in Ibadan, Oyo state

They gave the advice in separate interviews with the News Agency of Nigeria at the popular Agodi Garden and Shoprite among other recreational outfits on Tuesday to commemorate the New Year.

A father, Mr. Taiwo Olusola, said the Federal Government and the National Assembly should work together to ensure timely passage of the 2019 budget.

He said, “It is not good for the 2019 budget to be passed in September for example; it will surely affect the economy negatively.”

“Government should also try to improve the budgetary allocation to all the sectors of the economy, especially the agriculture sector to create more jobs.”

“Every sector of the economy should be improved at least, to the barest minimum. When these are done, people’s lives will improve and the economy will become better.”

Also speaking, another fun seeker, Mr. Mustapha Aliyu, urged the government to improve electricity supply and infrastructure development.

He added, “Virtually no business can thrive without adequate power supply; it will reduce the use of generators which causes a lot of environmental hazards.”

“Government should also do its best to repair a lot of damaged roads in our society.”

“We thank God at least, for being alive to celebrate the season, especially for the children, things shall be better.”

Also, Mrs. Oyindamola Ademola, said government should make effort to prioritise peoples’ welfare.

“We want leaders who will love the people, treat us equally and desist from corruption, embezzlement and other evils. I also urge fellow citizens to sit up and work harder in this New Year. We must acquire more knowledge and think of possible things we can do to better our lives.”

“We are very happy to see the New Year and thank God who shows us mercy and grace.”

“In spite of the financial issues we had last year, we went the extra mile to see that the children celebrated and have fun,” she said.

One of the operators at the Shoprite’s children playground, Mr. Adeshina Akinyele, also called on the government to create more jobs for youths to reduce the rate of social vices.

He also urged politicians to always keep to the promises they made to the citizens during campaigns and avoid disappointing the people.

“Government should give us the best this year. We must put God first, I believe when we put God first, we will have peaceful elections and peaceful society,” he said.

Akinyele thanked God for another festive period, pointing out that operators made brisk business and more profit in during the yuletide.


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