Igbogbo/Bayeku LCDA Chairmanship: Residents React As Hammed Aroyewun’s Posters Surface Online

Kunle Adelabu

Residents of Igbogbo/Bayeku Local Council Development Area (LCDA) of Ikorodu Division area of Lagos State, Southwest, Nigeria, have continued to react as campaign posters of Hameed Olalekan Aroyewun (HOA), for the council Chairmanship position surfaced online.

There were deluge of reactions regarding the campaign posters of Hameed Olalekan Aroyewun’s aspiration for the Chairmanship position of the Igbogbo/Bayeku Local Council Development Area (LCDA) of Ikorodu Division area of Lagos State, Southwest, Nigeria.

The e-posters were sponsored by Support Groups rooting for the young grassroots politician who was nominated for the Commissionership position during the first term of Mr Babajide Sanwo – Olu as Governor of Lagos State.

Aroyewun aspired to represent the people of Ikorodu Constituency II in the Lagos State House of Assembly, in the last general elections.

Omilola Adebola Ganiu, a teacher and prominent youth in Igbogbo who posted an e – poster on his Facebook page at the weekend, in which Aroyewun wears a native attire matched with Hausa cap.

The picture is captioned with, “When GOD says Yes, no one can say no”.

The reactions that trailed the post welcomed the idea and urging the young politician to run for the number one position in the council.

Onabanjo Adeyinka Dee Crown, in his own reaction, said: “Fully endorsed! No controversy at all”.

While another resident, Oluwaseyi Aroyewun Onifade, said: “By the Grace of Almighty God”.

Ikuesan Henry, another prominent youth and social media commentator, also commenting on the poster on one of the WhatsApp platforms related to Igbogbo, said that Igbogbo/Bayeku LCDA needs a compassionate leader, an attribute he said Aroyewun is endowed with immensely.

Aside being compassionate, Henry also said that the aspirant also has the leadership capacity to take over the Council from the incumbent and lead the good people of Igbogbo/Bayeku LCDA.

“As regards HOA’s aspiration, l want to drop my 2 cents and say that the man called HOA is someone I know to be a compassionate human being & at this crucial and delicate time in this country, we need compassionate leaders at the grassroots level”, he said.

“Aside from being compassionate, he is someone I can say is a leader because from my personal experience with him and around him, he has the three essential traits I look for in a leader. The traits are humility, clarity and courage.

“I really want to wish him the best going forward.

“We need a man like him in this LCDA to continue from where Builder Daini will stop”, he affirmed.

Mustapha Oloruntoyin, who resides at Awesu, Igbogbo, described HOA as someone who desires development for Igbogbo/Bayeku LCDA.

“HOA is just like a tree with lots of fruits on it. He is an epitome of good leader. My time with him was so inspired cos of the way he desires positive changes. I’d root for him cos of his ability to ask and help in every where needed”, he said.

“HOA stands for integrity, passion and growth for himself and people around him. He is not just a leader but a good listener. Having this kind of man at the top is going to be a big blessing and starting from this LCDA, the growth will be massive”, he added.

Another resident, Abdulgafar Suraju, also commenting on the emergence of HOA’s campaign poster, said:

“It will be so delightful for me and the entire people of lgbogbo/Bayeiku LCDA, having a capable hands that stay within the community, who is also a youth with a development driving mindset”.

“I strongly believe, our days of worry, complaint and agitation for proper governance, are almost over”.

Meanwhile, another HOA poster, again, surfaced on the Igbega Igbogbo WhatsApp platform on Monday, sponsored by the Apalura Youth Support.

In the poster, the Apalura youths said that the emergence of Aroyewun as Chairman of lgbogbo/Bayeku LCFDA Chairman, will bring solutions to many things.

“Solution to leadership crisis; unanimously, we all agreed capable hands will solve it, if not all our problems in governance”.

“SUPPORT for transparency, accountability and all – inclusiveness in governance”.

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