27 Jan APC Administration Merit Re-Election For Consolidation – Sen. Adeola
Senator Solomon Adeola (APC, Lagos West) has called on the electorate to vote the APC administration of President Mohamed Buhari to consolidate on the foundations laid for sustainable infrastructural development, anti-corruption fight and economic growth of the nation.
Speaking to over 5000 stakeholders comprising Community Development Associations, CDC, CAN, Muslim Clerics, Women Groups, Artisans, Physically Challenged Persons and major ethnic groups in Mushin Local Government at the Indoor Sport Hall at FIIRO, Oshodi after a campaign tour of the area, Senator Adeola said the administration of PMB has made remarkable progress in the area of infrastructure like railway, roads aviation adding that it is ironic that most of the projects are abandoned projects awarded by PDP administration without completion after looting and mismanagement of funds meant for such projects.
“I am here to urge you to vote for all APC candidates in the coming Presidential and national Assembly elections. There is no way you can compare the administration of APC for less than 4 years with 16 consecutive years of PDP. In the last three years APC has been clearing the mess left behind by PDP and it is only wise for Nigerians to vote APC again for sustainable development on achievements of the last three years” he stated
Senator Adeola said he has done two major town hall and empowerment programs for constituents with another one slated for after elections stressing that in the area of law making and representation, Lagos West is not lagging behind as it is on record that he is one of the highest sponsor of bills and three of his motions led to Senate resolutions for investigative Ad- Hoc Committees.
“For anyone that wants to represent you it is only proper that he come face to face to seek your consent and mandate. That is why I am here with two other contestants for the National Assembly seats from the two federal constituencies of Mushin in the person of Hon Bolaji Yusuf Ayinla and Hon. Adeyemi Alli” Senator Adeola stated.