I Will Run A Government That Based On Fairness And Equity -Agbaje


The Peoples Democratic Party governorship candidate in Lagos, Mr. Jimi Agbaje has promised to run a government that based on fairness and equity if elected in the forth coming general elections.

Agbaje made this known while speaking at a rally held at Campos Square in Lagos Island on Monday, he said  that national leader of All Progressive Congress (APC) Senator Bola Tinubu has abused Lagosians generosity by working against their interest.

Meanwhile, prominent leaders of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), including Chief Bode George and Senator Musiliu Obanikoro, also asked Lagosians, to vote for President Goodluck Jonathan and the party’s governorship candidate Mr. Jimi Agbaje in the coming general elections.

Speaking during a well attended campaign rally, Obanikoro asked Lagosians not to be deceived by the antics of the All Progressives (APC).

He hinged this on the fact that the party’s presidential candidate Gen Muhammadu is anti-Lagos. He recalled that the former Head of State was responsible for the cancellation of metro line project of the Jakande Administration.

He observed that the traffic gridlock been experienced in Lagos would have been a thing of the past if Buhari had allowed the project to succeed.

Obanikoro added that Lagos needs a rebirth to free it from the clutches of the APC.

He hinged on the fact Lagosians suffer more today in terms of basic amenities, after 16 years of the party.

According to a statement by Agbaje director of media and publicity, Obanikoro called on Lagosians to vote for President Jonathan and the PDP Governorship candidate based on their pedigree.

George on his part described the coming polls as an avenue for Lagosians to free themselves from APC’s tyranny.

He called on the people not to be deceived on the religion politics of the APC, adding that Lagosians tolerate all religion.

He further tasked them to support President Jonathan and Agbaje in the coming elections to enable Lagos win the battle against oppression.

George said both have e good intentions for Nigeria and deserves to lead the people at this crucial period of nationhood.