2023: Lawmakers Drum Support For Sanwo-Olu

INSIDEMAINLAND – The Lagos State House of Assembly Aspirants Forum in the All Progressives Congress (APC) has stated that it will deliver 3 million votes for the party’s presidential candidate, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, and Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu.

Adeyinka Odukoya, the forum’s coordinator, said at a news conference in Lagos that the group is also committed to guaranteeing the entire victory of all other party candidates in the election.

Odukoya stated that despite not receiving party tickets following the primaries, the group has accepted and bowed to the party’s authority and will deliver for the party at all levels.

He said, “Our party candidates led by our paramount leader, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, our amiable and hardworking Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, our Senatorial, House of Representatives and House of Assembly candidates can rest assured that victory will surely come to their ways.

“Our commitment to ensuring total victory for our party is unquestionable. We are not alone in this but with our teeming members who are loyal and faithful to us with our respective structures and networks in all our various constituencies.

“Going forward Lagos State House of Assembly Aspirants 2023 has conceptualized and is ready to roll our campaign strategy with a grand vision to deliver a minimum of 3 million votes for our presidential and governorship candidates in the next election.

“Our target is to reach out to many Nigerians, party and non-party members who possess Permanent Voters Card with a determination to convert and convince them to cast their votes for all our candidates in the elections for the interest of our Country and Lagos State.”

Odukoya stated that the group has created blueprints for viable initiatives, which may include storming state marketplaces.
He stated that committee members and supporters will reach out to market men and women across Lagos State in order to engage them in a one-on-one dialogue that will lead to them voting for the party.

“Furthermore, we have identified the various markets in each Local Government and Local Council Development Area within the state with a well-mapped out strategy and plans to ensure that we reach these potential voters in their comfort zones especially those who are not card-carrying members of our great party.

“We know that all hands must be on deck to deliver the results for APC and help deepen the development and dividend of democracy which is being dished out by our great party at all levels, especially in our dear state. For this reason, our members are going to re-invigorate their networks and influence within their constituencies to galvanize votes for all the candidates of the parties at all levels in line with the vision of our leaders.

“While looking forward to meeting and discussing the details of our plans with Mr. Governor and other critical stakeholders so as to get their buy-in and support, may we express our profound gratitude to HE: Mr. Babajide Sanwoolu for his focus and commitment to the development of the state through the ‘Greater Lagos’ Mantra.”



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