Who is GNI (Gboyega Nasir Isiaka)?
I was born in February 1962 into the family of late Prince Tijani Adebowale Isiaka and Alhaja Adijat Isiaka of Remo Quarters, Imeko in Imeko Afon Local government area of Ogun state. My father was a respected transporter, philanthropist, community leader and politician in the then Egbado district and my mother is a trader. Growing up in Imeko was not much of a challenge for me as a little boy as I learnt very early in life that, to become great you must endure whatever situation you find yourself, and coming from a very strict, religious and disciplined home I had no choice but to conform to the best standards possible. This to a large extent moulded me into the person I am today. Read More
We will not achieve our aspirations and hopes if sincere leadership is not offered. A government should be alive to the responsibility of protecting the citizenry and not to expose them to impoverishment through uncoordinated actions and insincere project conceptualization and delivery. In the last three years, a sizable proportion of our highly industrious and enterprising people of Ogun State have been deprived of their usual happiness because their means of livelihood have been taken away through unnecessary massive demolition of business premises without commensurate compensation from the government.
The once busy artisans are no longer the same because they are helplessly seeing their roles being played by imported local and foreign contemporaries. Furthermore, market women and farmers have been gnashing their teeth over the destruction of their products owing to lack of access roads from the rural areas to the cities where markets are available for the products; and Social services also are no longer the same because of dilapidation of infrastructures in Schools and hospitals.
Humongous debt and liabilities are being piled up on daily basis on account of largely ill-conceived and poorly delivered projects that are now threatening the future of our dear state. The filthy environment is now a common sight in major cities of Ogun State. These are definitely not the features of Ogun state of our dream. Development does not happen by accident but occur through well-conceived and executed plans and policies that focus on the ever-changing and increasing needs of the people. It is about a dynamic response
A two-time governorship candidate in Ogun State, Prince Gboyega Nasir Isiaka has promised not to promote politics of bitterness and vengeance when elected as the (...)
Ahead of the impending general elections in 2019, the Africa Democratic Congress (ADC) governorship candidate, Prince Gboyega Nasir Isiaka (GNI) has been urged to stay (...)