Politics: Monarch leads ‘Operation show your PVC’ for Tinubu, Sanwo-Olu Daily Parrot


CARETAKER Committee for Lagos State Parks Administration and affiliates yesterday pledged to work for All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate A?iwaju Bola Tinubu and Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu in 2023.

The chairman, Oba Suleiman Ashade, stspoke at a meeting, tagged: “Operation show your permanent voter’s card (PVC)”, in Akesan, Alimosho Local Government.

He urged members to work for the duo, saying this was in Nigerians’ best interest.

“I commend you all for having your PVCs. The task ahead is beyond just having it. Now, you must roll your sleeves and canvas for Asiwaju Bola Tinubu and Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu.

“… preach the gospel to your wives, husbands, neighbours, and friends and call your contacts across the six geo-political zones and tell them Tinubu is the real blessing Nigeria has been waiting for.

“Tell them about the good fortunes of Lagos. Let them know that Asiwaju is willing, able and ready to replicate such across the country.”

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Deputy State Chairman, Oluseyi Bamgbose, described Tinubu as “a detribalised Nigerian, whose leadership produced leaders of International repute,  irrespective of ethnic or religious backgrounds.

“He is not only willing but ready to proffer a solution to problems confronting us through a result-oriented leadership …”

Bamgbose noted that “Nigeria cannot trade its fortunes and diversity for mediocrity or hegemony, hence the need to support Asiwaju

“… we cannot afford to leave Nigeria in the hands of a rookie, neither can we fold our arms for someone whose emergence as a candidate negates the principle of justice, equity and fairness…

“Therefore, all must work for the success of the political master strategist with in-depth knowledge of the polity and capacity to assemble a formidable and goal-driven team to pilot affairs of the country in 2023.”

He said the body would ensure success of the Asiwaju/Sanwo-Olu mega rally in a couple of weeks, as the support garnered from groups was overwhelming.

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