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2015: Ambode Pledges To Create A Prosperous Lagos, Vows To Perform Better Than Tinubu, Fashola


Mr Akinwunmi Ambode, a Lagos State governorship aspirant, on Friday promised to create a clean, secure and prosperous state, if elected.
Ambode made the promise at Onikan, Lagos Island, where he declared to run for governorship of the state on the platform of the All Progressive Congress (APC).
“I make this declaration with the highest sense of responsibility because I believe I have the qualities required to continue the giant strides which APC has achieved in recent years in Lagos.
“My vision and mission is to create a clean, secure and prosperous environment, driven by a vibrant economy, supported by quality service, equity and justice,” he said.
The aspirant said that Lagos, in the last 15 years, had witnessed an irreversible growth and development with a concrete foundation laid by Mr Bola Tinubu, former governor.
Ambode said that the consolidation and actualisation of such growth had been achieved by the incumbent Gov. Babatunde Fashola and pledged to follow suit.
He added that his leadership would be accountable, with all the principles of good governance.
“No matter your age, sex, tribe or any other status, as long as you reside in Lagos, we will make Lagos habitable for you.”
Ambode said that his administration would work hard to create job opportunities and offer selfless services to the people, thereby making them open to more foreign investors.
The aspirant called on Christians, Muslims and people of other religious persuasions to come out enmasse and vote for the candidate of their choice.
“In February 2015, Lagosians will once again elect a governor that will not only continue the great works of the past leaders but lead the people of Lagos to greater economic heights.”
Such a leader, he added, was expected to lead the state to prosperity, accountable democracy and more importantly, protection of lives and property.

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