- The Peoples’ Democratic Party has struck a blow at the ruling All Progressives Congress in Lagos state.
- This is how Lagos PDP gubernatorial candidate Olajide Adediran promised to end the APC era in the main southwestern state.
- While hitting the personality of APC’s standard-bearer, Jandor, as he is popularly called, pointed out that he will destroy Bola Tinubu’s monopoly in the state.
The Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) candidate for governor in Lagos State, Olajide Adediran, popularly known as Jandor, has revealed what he will do in Lagos State.
Ahead of the 2023 general election, Jandor has vowed to end what it called the 24-year monopoly of a former state governor, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, Leadership reported.
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He left the APC in December 2021 for what he described as Tinubu’s domain.
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Adediran, who stated this on Channels Television’s Sunrise Daily program on Thursday, January 12, added that,
“We are going to go in and do things differently. The problem of Lagos is that we have a head thinking about the state of Lagos for the last 24 years”.
He accused Tinubu, the 2023 All Progressive Congress (APC) presidential candidate of instigating the removal of “incumbent governors” in the state.
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Adediran, popularly known as Jandor, took the vote on Sunday night while introducing the PDP Akwa Ibom gubernatorial candidate to the indigenous Akwa Ibom people living in Lagos.
The gubernatorial hopeful also vowed that he would breathe new life into the leadership in Lagos as he would rule the state without any godfather.
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In the meantime, legit.ng It had previously been reported that Peter Obi urged Nigerians to hold out hope for a better nation, especially as Nigerians prepare to take back their nation, forever, in 2023.
Obi, while delivering his 2022 Christmas message to Nigerians, was reported to have explained that the celebration of Christmas brought hope to the world and urged Nigerians to hold on to that steadfast hope for a better and more productive nation.
He reiterated that Christmas is a time of love and that the celebration of the birth of Christ should be a constant reminder of how God gave his only Son for the salvation of humanity.