Politicians seeking elective positions have been advised to see themselves as applicants to serve their communities, rather than flaunt their desires to boost personal egos.Towulade Akinale, Oba Olufemi Adewunmi Ogunleye, in Ewekoro Local Government Area of Ogun State, gave the advice while welcoming to his palace, the campaign teams of Adeleke Adewolu and Yusuf Amosun The duo,  are seeking election to be representatives of Ifo/Ewekoro constituency in the National Assembly, Abuja and at the State House of Assembly, respectively on the platform of the Allied People’s Movement, (APM).The monarch noted that  politicians usually were  fond of rhetoric self-praising during campaign than to critically analyse the problems and socio-economic deficiencies of their communities,  their plans and strategies to change the template. Such myopic approach to campaign, the veteran journalist and Public Relations guru added was likely to be interpreted as taking the electorate for granted.Oba Ogunleye, however, accepted Adewolu and Amosun as young and vibrant politicians who besides having capabilities and capacities to deliver, both also come from credible parentage in the locality and backed by tested and competent political mentors in the state.He offered special prayers and blessings for the contestants and their campaign train.Earlier, Alhaji Sina Adegbenro, the political leader of the APC in Ewekoro Local Government,  said although the contestants were in APM, he as the leader of APC could not stop campaigning for them because of his belief in their victory.”What is happening to us now is our desire to reject oppression and ensure that fair play, equity and justice prevail in the political terrain in Ogun state.” Adegbenro reassured.

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