Ondo PDP Assembly aspirant condemns moves to tarnish his image 

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aspirant in Ondo state  Ambassador Temitope Ajayi has faulted an attempt by some rumour mongers to stain his personality ahead of the party’s primary election.

Ajayi  seeks to represent the people of Akure South 1 state constituency in the house of assembly on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

According to a  statement personally signed by Ajayi,  there is a plan by some unscrupulous politicians to paint him in a bad light.

Thenewstrack.com gathered that some members of the PDP  who are sponsored by some aspirants were   spreading false narratives about Ajayi’s personality.

This, it was learnt is being done  with the sole aim of destroying his growing influence.

Ajayi however said the peddlers of the rumour were threatened by his growing popularity every passing day

He added that it is highly worrisome, how some people in the name of politics mischievously took a technology expert for a fraudster.

The statement reads, “

Our attention has been drawn to a calculated attempt by purveyors of falsehood in their real political element to malign the person of Amb. Temitope Ajayi, popularly known as Temmysoft, an aspirant to the seat of MHA, Akure South constituency I.

“For the want of time, courses of competing importance, and our resolve to play a refined contemporary politics that debate issues, we shouldn’t  have given response to the ignorance-laced commentary of elements who now feel threatened by the growing popularity and acceptance of the young, vibrant, and intellectual savvy Temmysoft, but for reasons of putting the record straight and addressing the unsuspecting public.

“Amb. Temitope Ajayi, a computer science graduate of the Federal Polytechnic Ado Ekiti, Ekiti state in his enterprising manner, banking on the knowledge he acquired over his schooling and service year established his own ICT firm ATB Application and Software Management majorly into software and application development.

“Amb. Temitope Ajayi as a young man attuned with global trends leveraged on his expertise in the area of technology to key into the knowledge economy coupled with proceeds from his firm to make end means and help those around him”.

“God willing, when we have the trust of our people to represent them, we will work on facilitating a bill that addresses societal stereotypes against techies and content providers and proffer solutions to such malaise”.