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Sanwo-Olu rejects PDP’s offer – APC

The All Progressives Congress says Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu will not accept governorship ticket of the Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP).

Seye Oladejo, the APC spokesperson for the Lagos chapter, said this in a statement on Thursday.
Oladejo says the PDP is “desperately offering its worthless electoral tickets to every passerby”.
According to him, “the  extent of the level of degradation, degeneration and comatose state of Lagos state PDP should not be lost on all and sundry”.
“The platform that initially elected Governor Babajide Olusola Sanwoolu, having acknowledged his glowing performance across various sectors in his first term, is certainly still available to recontest for another term.
“His deft handling of the Covid-19 pandemic and the successful execution of the all encompassing THEMES agenda has endeared him to Lagosians as a compassionate , committed and the right leader for a time like this.
“He has, without doubt, redirected our state to the path of progress and restored our pride of place as the leading light in the federation.
“As the ruling party, we want to admonish the state governor to remain focused and undistracted from the onerous task of finishing strongly and fulfilling his part of the social contract with the good people of Lagos State.
“We wish to warn the opposition PDP to desist from its age-long tactics of perennial attempts to destabilize the ruling party by  the deliberate promotion of falsehood, blackmail and arms – twisting strategies for political advantage.
“While we sympathize with Lagos State PDP over its several years of political misfortunes and misadventures, good wisdom dictates that it put its house in order to have a semblance of relevance.
“It’s pitiable that PDP could only think of fishing in the pool of capable talents in the APC while looking for people to offer it’s worthless Electoral tickets.
“Governor Babajide SANWO-OLU hereby unequivocally rejects this Greek gift and hereby states that APC remains his party of choice in making his next political move, which will be made known in due course to all Lagosians,” said Oladejo.

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