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Why I deserve a second term — Sanwo-Olu

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Lagos State governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu said he deserves a second term in office so has to continue his development he has started in the state.

In an interview on Wednesday, Sanwo-Olu urged Lagosians not to vote based o the wave of a political party but on the track record and experience of individual.

“Judge me by my experience, I was already at the top level before entering into government, I was a top manager in a bank and I understand what It takes to be the governor of a mega city like lagos,” Sanwo-Olu said.

Sanwo-Olu who is seeking reelection on the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC) is faced with opposition from the candidates of the Labour Party Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour and People’s Democratic Party (PDP)’s Olajide Adediran.

In the presidential election, the ruling party,, APC, lost to LP in Lagos State, the homestead of the President-elect, Bola Tinubu. This , political observers have said may be replicatedsuggest that the APC’s loss to Labour Party in Lagos State at the presidential election could be an indicator of what might occur at the governorship election.

Amid these, Sanwo-Olu and APC chieftains in Lagos State insist that the governor has performed well in his first term, hence, do not doubt that the electorate will reward him with their votes on Saturday, March 18.

Sanwo-Olu said his administration has improved the lives of Lagosians through infrastructural projects in transportation, education, healthcare, and the economy.

“We are already building concurrently five overhead bridges – starting from Ebute Metta, it is about 85% completed, the other at Yaba, about 95% Completed another one at Mushing to Onipanu, another one at
Ikeja along, and the last at Ayoola Coker at Iju,” Sanwo-Olu said.

Sanwo-Olu disclosed that the government is putting measures in place to prevent fatal occurrences such as the accident involving a Lagos State staff bus and a train in Ikeja.

“We now have the physical barrier which can stop this from happening, we also have the gated barrier, and the third one is the signalisation which through lights we can be notified of an oncoming train.”

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