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PDP Guber Candidate attacked in Lagos

by Anita Ogona

Youths in Lagos state had attacked the gubernatorial candidate of the People’s Democratic Party’s (PDP) Jimi Agbaje, for what they described as ‘the promotion of anarchy and violence incitement amongst its residents’. Jimi Agbaje at a meeting held at Ajeromi area of Lagos, the Youth Organizing Secretary, Aregbe Idris, disparaged the pharmacist and his intent on governing Lagos, noting that Lagos is too sophisticated to propagate unholy sermons of discord and enmity against the backdrop of personal gains. “A man who lacks loyalty, who sees politics as a business transaction shouldn’t and must not be taken seriously. There’s absolutely no doubt that some people do not mean well for Lagos and Jimi Agbaje is certainly one of them. One of the sadistic, unruly elements stirring discord in the state with his failed political ambition.  He said Agbaje frowns at vandalisation of billboards, materials “In the last decade, the disgruntled politician hasn’t pulled off any significant achievement and no single soul has been able to substantiate or benefit from his political aspirations for twelve years. “The youths are not against him vying for the top job, however, we have a problem with his unbridled words and if not properly checked, may hit up the polity,” the Youth Organizing Secretary stated. He further noted that failure awaits Agbaje and his party stalwarts at the polls come Saturday, March 9th, 2019. In the same vein, Aregbe enjoined the youths in the state to throw their massive weight behind Sanwo-Olu and Obafemi Hamzat by coming out en-masse to vote the duo and the party’s candidates across the state, irrespective of their ethnic backgrounds. “A win for the APC is a blow struck for a grander and vibrant Lagos, as I strongly believe in the intellectual capacity of Sanwo-Olu and Obafemi Hamzat to drive Lagos to a greater height, create opportunities for all and strengthen the fabric of unity existing in the state. And these are the breeds of leaders that we need and not some misguided elements with uniformed sense of reasoning,” Argebe stressed

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