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“I remain committed to my ‘Alimosho for all’ vision”- Kaokab

“I am passionate about developing young children because they are the future of Alimosho, Lagos, and Nigeria at large," says Kaokab.
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AMBASSADOR Kaokab Ibraheem Aroworatira, an aspirant, House of Representative, Alimosho Federal Constituency, 2023, has reiterated that he is committed to the development of the residents of Alimosho whether indigent or not.

Hon. Kaokab made this declaration in an online interview with a correspondent of Alimoshotoday.com on Tuesday, June 21, 2022, where he also reiterated that he is passionate about the technological advancement and development of young children and youth in the Alimosho Federal Constituency.

When asked about his opinion of the outcome of the recently concluded APC House of Reps primary election in Alimosho, he said; “There was no House of Reps election in Alimosho.

“During the House of Assembly and Senate primary elections, we were there to watch the election proceedings but when it was time for the House of Representatives elections, we were not allowed into the voting venue.”

He also condemned the election violence during the primaries which resulted in the loss of lives. He then prayed that may Allah grant the souls of the departed eternal peace and grant the families the fortitude to bear the loss.

Alimoshotoday’s correspondent further asked Hon. Kaokab whether he envisaged a re-run of the election since he claims there was no election conducted and he had this to say.

“There cannot be a re-run of an election that was not held in the first instance.

“The party chose to have a consensus but the rule of a consensus states that for a consensus to happen, all aspirants must sign that they are stepping down for a particular aspirant.

“However, that did not happen, so there cannot be a re-run of an election that never occurred.”

During the course of the chat, Hon. Kaokab also affirmed that he is passionate about the development of the youth resident in Alimosho irrespective of whether they are indigent or not, adding that he does not discriminate against non-indigenes since they are also a core part of the Alimosho Federal Constituency.

When asked about his motivation for sponsoring 50 community students in the forthcoming Alimosho Tomorrow Leaders Conference coming up in September 2022, he said; “I am passionate about developing young children because they are the future of Alimosho, Lagos, and Nigeria at large.

“Initiatives such as the Alimosho Tomorrow Leaders Conference will, at a young age, empower these children with tech and innovative skills that will make them compete favourably with their counterparts in order parts of the world and that is the kind of initiative we want to support.

“As long as the initiative is children and youth-centred, we are open and willing to support such in order to improve the lives of these kids.”

He then urged the youth to be willing to work towards achieving their goals, adding that the world is gradually moving towards tech and innovations so they can educate themselves on tech and innovations to better their survival chances.

Finally, he charged everyone to go out and get their PVCs, adding that the first thing to do to change the narrative of the Nigerian system is to get their PVCs, and when it is time for elections, to vote the right individuals into office.