Ajibola (Jibs) Abitoye has declared her intentions to run in this fall's municipal election.
 
Abitoye moved to the Fort five years ago and has been involved with numerous groups since the day she arrived.
 
"I have something to say, I believe I can add value to this city, I bring a different perspective, different from the status quo, we need to shake things up."
 
She's running with the motto of "dream big" with innovation, openness and balance as her top priorities.
 
"Innovation in that we need to start to think of different ways of doing things, openness in that we need to be open to diverse ideas, thoughts, backgrounds and balance," explained Abitoye. "We need to balance things out, in our budget we need to find balance."
 
The candidate called for change in government.
 
"There is a problem with leadership, when there's a problem with leadership, then the city has a problem, we need to bring together a council that will work together."
 
She also called for better project reporting from administration.
 
Abitoye carries a BsE in economics, she's a power engineer, has experience with Dow Chemical and being a project manager.

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