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2023: Kosofe Council Boss Drums Support For Tinubu

2023: Kosofe Council Boss Drums Support For Tinubu - InsideMainland

INSIDEMAINLAND – Chairman of Kosofe Local Government, Hon. Moyosore Ogunlewe has joined the list of contingent supporting the former Lagos State Governor and APC National Leader, Bola Ahmed Tinubu for the presidency come 2023.

Ogunlewe made this known while he received the leadership of Southwest Agenda 2023 Kosofe local government chapter in his office, describing Tinubu as a political icon.

He said he was Asiwaju’s boy, as he was in London during his law graduation.

” l was and l am still Asiwaju’s protege, l respect him a lot,” Ogunlewe said.

Speaking about Asiwaju and the Council’s boss, the Kosofe Local Government’s coordinator of SWAGA, Hon. Adebowale Akeem-Oke explained that their mission was to give feedback on their activities and decorate the chairman as the number one citizen in Kosofe with a SWAGA flex banner and other insignias.

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Speaking further on their activities, the coordinator said he has put together his executive committee at the Local Government level in line with the directives from the state, adding that their tentacle would be spread toward levels.

Hon. Akeem-Oke fielding questions from Newsmen said his team is poised to mobilize voters in Kosofe for Asiwaju enthronement. The strategy, in his words, is to convince people at the grassroots level, from the woman roasting corn to Mallam pushing the truck, telling them that this is Western Nigeria where they are living and making their money, so they need to key into SWAGA’s mission.

He thanked Asiwaju for what he has done for people so far and this is a payback time, particularly his gift of a Chairman who is not only diligent but strong, reliable, sensible, dependable, and responsible. A man who is moving Kosofe forward.

The Council Chairman was decorated by the SWAGA23 coordinator and his deputy Mrs. Elizabeth Orimoloye while presenting the banner to him.