The All Progressives Congress (APC) gubernatorial candidate in Lagos state, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode, today spoke on the “Owuro Lawa” TV programme at LTV8, assuring Lagosians of full governance benefits when elected as the next Governor of the state. He said the only form of governance he strongly believes in is the one that is strictly people-oriented, and he intends to do that in accordance with the manifesto of his party.
“It is a new dawn of governance at the Federal level with the APC government, and this offers us the wonderful opportunity to consolidate on the achievements of our government here in Lagos state”.
“Our votes for the APC come Saturday will make the continuity of excellence much more assured in Lagos state, and accelerate our development. More importantly, electing the APC will make Lagos enjoy full support and benefits from the national level for the first time in 16 years of democracy.”
He promised the implementation of public sector reforms that will continually seek to bring comfort to women, the senior citizens, business owners, artisans and all Lagosians. “The youths especially, are set to benefit from our Party’s readiness to create jobs through empowerment and productive engagement, both at the state and federal levels”.
Ambode moved to Radio Lagos on its “Oju Taye” programme, where he reiterated his commitment to take Lagos to the next level, enumerating many programmes aimed at bettering the lives of all its inhabitants. He further urged Lagosians to shun violence and come out en masse to vote for him to ensure that Lagos remains on the path of steady progress.
“We belief the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) will be much more organized this time. I therefore urge Lagosians to come out to vote for Akinwunmi Ambode and all other APC candidates, and you have to defend those votes”.
“Our state is naturally bound to get more with an APC government at both levels. I believe we will all key into this reality and together achieve that dream Lagos where there’s adequate comfort and prosperity for all”, Ambode finally noted.