PUSH NEWS 24 INTERNATIONAL : January 4th, 2023


Towards clinching electoral victories in the 2023 general elections, the Lagos West Senatorial District candidates under the All Progressives Congress (APC) recieved a boost on Wednesday, as the leadership led by Chief Rabiu Oluwa met with party delegates and leaders of the district to chart a formidable action campaign blueprint.

The ruling party, All Progressive Congress (APC), Apex leadership in Lagos West met with the leaders and key stakeholders in the district , to solicit their full support for the party ahead of 2023 general elections.

The Lagos West Senatorial District covers the local government areas of Agege, Ajeromi-Ifelodun, Alimosho, Amuwo-Odofin, Badagry, Ifako-Ijaiye, Ikeja, Mushin, Ojo, and Oshodi-Isolo.

Speaking at the event which was held on the 4th January, 2023, at 44/48,Olayiwola Street, New Oko Oba GRA, Abule Egba in Ojokoro Local Council Development Area, Ifako/ Ijaiye LGA, Lagos State, the Apex leader, Chief Oluwa thanked the leaders for their support so far and the peaceful manner in which they have been going about the party’s business, moreso in the face of daily provocations from the opposition parties.
He pledged Lagos APC led administration’s commitment to continue to provide a safe haven for all political party activities across the state.

Oluwa urged the delegates to participate actively in the forthcoming general elections, promising to continue to give them all the necessary support to ensure effective mobilization and canvassing of eligible voters. He further implored them to get their Permanent Voter Card and ensured the victory of the party in the 2023 general elections.

In his address, the former Executive Chairman charged the leaders to reciprocate the kind gestures of the Lagos State governor by vigoriously campaigning and ensure massive voting for the party.

“As leaders – you are critical stakeholders to the party and its agenda to continue to be the ruling party in Nigeria is sacrosanct”

Oluwa disclosed that the leaders had already being incorporated into the Polling Unit Committees set up across the state to endure the party’s victory.
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