ONDO 2020: Why power of incumbency won’t help Akeredolu


… says “Stepping down or being a deputy is not an option for me”

ONDO 2020: Why power of incumbency won't help Akeredolu - Kekemeke
Hon lsaacs Kekemeke

By Dayo Johnson

THE Pioneer State Chairman of the All Progressive Congress in Ondo state and a governorship aspirant, Hon lsaacs Kekemeke has said that the power of incumbency would not help governor Rotimi Akeredolu in the coming party primary.

Kekemeke, a former Secretary to the State Government who spoke with vanguard in Akure said that power of incumbency is a two edge sword.

According to him ” Although the Constitution allowed two terms, an incumbent must work for and earn a second term. The power of incumbency is a doubled edged sword, which could be an asset or a liability”.

On the mode of primary to be adopted , the aspirants said he had given seven reason on the mode of primary for the party leadership at the national headquarters in support of direct elections and hoped that they would accept them.

Kekemeke speaking on zoning in the election said that “I am not a fan of…

Source: Vanguard Newspaper