As the countdown to Ekiti State gubernatorial election draws closer and the happenings within the giant political party get more interesting, with seemingly aggressive political office hunters emerging from the various camps of both the People's Democratic Party, (PDP), and the All Progressives Congress, (APC.) But recent happenstances unfolding in the Fountain of Knowledge state of Ekiti, have subtly indicated a brighter future for the ubiquitous Special Adviser to the Presidency on Political Matters, Senator Babafemi Ojudu, who by his privileged position at the corridors of power, has the rare opportunity to reach out to the traditionally radical Ekiti people, who usually and unwittingly vote against subsisting politicians at the helm of affairs. Remember the outgoing governor, Peter Ayodele Fayose, won twice on this calculation and arithmetic. Be that as it may, it will not be out of thought to aver that, even on the strength of this permutation, journalist-turned-politician Ojudu is an experienced politician whose pedigree is well-articulated and respected. He has another and incontrovertible chance to present himself as a clear alternative now if his manifesto is appealing and very convincing to the average Ekiti voter; and of course must be seen to be serious in his drive and trusted too.