Adamu Mu’azu, the National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) is confident his party will triumph in the Lagos State Governorship Election come this Saturday.
In a statement signed by the former Bauchi State Governor in Abuja, he based his conviction on the party’s impressive showing in the presidential election in the state.
Mu’azu said “The PDP came very close to winning the presidential elections in Lagos State and our supporters must not relent because Lagos is going the PDP way for the first time since 1999.”
“It is going to be a desirable change because the pedigree of our candidate is formidable. This has obviously caused consternation in the APC as they continue to find a way of stopping the Jimi Agbaje success train in its tracks.”
He added “Lagos State cannot remain an Island of continuity in a sea of change. For the next Saturday, April 11 gubernatorial election, the formidable PDP candidate in Lagos State, Mr. Jimi Agbaje, should easily beat his rival All Progressives Congress (APC) flag bearer, Mr Akinwunmi Ambode, in the election.”
Mu’azu also expressed anxiety over the comments of the Oba of Lagos and wondered why the governor had been quiet over the disagreeable remarks.
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