AkinọmọAkin has demonstrated capacity to mobilise stakeholders to attract infrastructural
projects to the constituency. He has been commissioning projects even without holding an elective office.

Access to qualitative education is a leveller that ensures every child is given the opportunity to achieve greatness and the full expression of his/her God-given talents, regardless of the economic circumstances of the family.

AkinọmọAkin is clear about the need to mobilise all stakeholders to ensure no one is left behind. The welfare of vulnerable members of society will be prioritised.

The lack of economic opportunities is one of the drivers of crime and other social issues. Everyone deserves the opportunity to have a decent job or the enablement to pursue a trade or business.

Our constituency is seriously affected by security challenges that need urgent attention. Insecurity in our community affects market women and farmers the most. Farmers run the risk of losing their lives on the way to, or while on their farms. Market women experience enormous difficulty in transporting their goods to the consumers because many transportation companies have refused to ply some roads in our constituency as frequently as needed due to insecurity.

AkinọmọAkin is passionate about healthcare. My central vision for healthcare is to ensure no one is left behind, especially vulnerable segments in the last mile of society.