The Director General (DG) of the Boroffice campaign organization in the 2019 general election, Barr. Tolu Babaleye, has described the 12 years of Senator Ajayi Boroffice as the worst thing to happen to the people of the Northern Senatorial District of Ondo State.
Babaleye made the submission while featuring on a current affairs program on an Akure-based radio station, Adaba FM on Monday.
He said the senatorial district, which comprises the four (4) Akoko local government areas, Owo and Ose local government areas have gone backward in all ramifications since the inception of the Twelve (12) years of Senator Boroffice in the National Assembly.
The human rights lawyer said Senator Boroffice has no empowerment project for the people since he was given the mandate 12years ago and has disconnected totally from the people who gave him the mandate.
He challenged the Senate Leader to mention any physical project he has completed since he became a senator, noting that the district is bedeviled by insecurity and bad road network which have led to lost of many lives, especially in the local government area where Senator Ajayi Boroffice hails from.
Babaleye also stated that Senator Boroffice failed to secure employment opportunities in federal ministries, Parastatals and agencies for the unemployed youths as evident in other Senatorial districts.
He said the people are particularly angry with Senator Boroffice for taking the appointments which would have been of benefit to them to his acolyte in Akure and Osun state.
The fiery lawyer, who was recently appointed DG of the Alex Ajipe Senatorial campaign organization, said his fallout with Senator Ajayi Boroffice is not about personal grudges or gains, but the development of Ondo North Senatorial district and uplifting the lives of the people.
According to him, If given the opportunity to serve as a Senator of the federal republic of Nigeria, Alex Ajipe will make the much awaited difference and the people will enjoy the dividends of democracy.
Babaleye, who said Ajipe had influenced over 350 million US dollars investment to Ondo state through the Ondo linyi hub and has generated employment opportunities for over two thousand people despite not elected or appointed into government services, stated that he will do more if given chance.
The former DG of Boroffice campaign organisation said the people of Ondo North, especially the Akokos are ready to change the narrative after 12 years of Boroffice stay in the Senate and have given Alex Ajipe warm reception, making the vibrant entrepreneur the candidate to beat in the APC primaries.