Ondo State governor, Dr Olusegun Mimiko, has told the opposition political parties in the state that October 21, will determine the most popular candidate in the election.
Mimiko, who is the candidate of the Labour Party (LP), told supporters who thronged to witness his re-election campaign in Okitipupa, Southern Senatorial District of the state on Saturday, that his government would continue to make life easier for the people.
At the mega rally witnessed by indigenes of the six local governments in the area who gathered at Okitipupa, Mimiko said the projects of his government are self evident and nobody can rubbish the progress already made in the state.
Governor Mimiko who was optimistic that he would emerge victorious at the October 20, election said both the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the ACN have nothing to offer the people of the state.
He carpeted the PDP for lying to the people of the state when in the real sense, their government spent six years without completing any project.
Mimiko revealed that the only achievement recorded by the PDP in six years was the licence of Ondo State University of Science and Technology (OSUSTECH), which has ironically been revoked and only got back by his administration.
He said the ACN was only interested in what it could get from the abundant resources in the state and not to develop the state because they have no clue on good governance.