In another interactive session with the Building Materials Association leaders in the council area, Adediran vowed to run a populist government that would prioritize the welfare of residents.
Noting that his tour of the district was aimed at learning about the challenges facing people at the grassroots level, the gubernatorial candidate vowed that if elected to office, he would address all the challenges facing people and their businesses.
“By the grace of God, I will correct all abnormalities and errors in the state.
“We will create jobs and maintain a robust economy to create wealth for all and a new dawn that everyone hopes for in Lagos is possible.
“No man can do it, but only God. We believe that God can do it. What APC has done in Lagos is enough,” he said.
jandor He said his administration plans to end all forms of extortion and harassment in the state.
After residents and merchants of the Ifesowapo market complained about flooding in the area, Adediran, who inspected a canal in Oriole, vowed to address the state’s flooding problem.
He promised that, if elected governor, a massive infrastructure renovation would take place to address perennial flooding in parts of the state.
“By Your Grace, we are going to correct all the problems that cause flooding in the state.
“We will ensure the proper channeling of the water when we enter. Go rest, no problem, we’ll do our best when we take office.” He promised.
In addition to meeting with a group of iron merchants, Adediran, who praised the Igbo’s contributions to the state’s economy, vowed to protect their investment.
“We must protect you and your business. You are like the goose that laid the golden eggs.
“We must put an end to all the extortion and harassment that will not allow you to do your business.
“We are assuring them that we are going to do things well.
“I know the Lagos you want is one where your children will be seen as 100 percent a part of us and that is the Lagos we are bringing. We will do better than what is now on the ground.
“It is time to elect a business-minded person, who will not touch people’s livelihoods with his policies. You are creating jobs for many and I am not going to frustrate you”. He promised.
He said he chose to visit the places where people live and do business because he wanted to learn about their challenges and run a crowd-friendly government.
“Let’s try something else and see how Lagos works. We will put an end to all forms of harassment.” he said.
All the groups in different meetings urged Adediran not to forget the masses in his policies and programs, if he is elected.
Meanwhile, the PPD campaign train was attacked by political thugs in the Coker area of Aguda, making it the third attack in recent days.
Some suspected thugs were said to have shot and destroyed some of the field vehicles in the Adediran convoy.
His campaign train had been attacked by political thugs in Badagry, Ikorodu, Agege, Kosofe and Surulere, injuring some of his supporters and vandalizing vehicles.