By Toriola Adebayo
A governorship aspirant on the platform of the All Progressives Congress, Isaacs Kekemeke said he will not step down for any aspirant or be a deputy governor to Governor Rotimi Akeredolu.
Kekemeke spoke while featuring on a programme titled “Politics Today” on African Independent Television (AIT) on Friday.
He said stepping down is not an option, because he has great vision to develop Ondo State.
He added, “I will not step down for anybody or be a deputy governor. I have a vision, a mission, aims and objectives, a programme which we want to use to set up government.
” I have sold my programmes for the last nineteen months to the people and there is overwhelming support for those programmes.
” Stepping down is not an option, being somebody’s deputy is not an option. The serious issues at stake are the issues of poverty, the issue of hunger, the issue of unemployment, the issue of insecurity and the issue of decaying infrastructure and I have been on this for thirty years.
” I was the first chairman of the party. I am not doing this for fun.”