2023: I Will End Tinubu’s Dominance In Lagos – Jandor

The PDP governorship candidate in Lagos, Olajide Adediran (Jandor) has vowed to end the monopoly of Bola Tinubu, APC flag bearer.

2023: I Will End Tinubu's Dominance In Lagos - Jandor
Olajide Adediran

made these promise while speaking on Channels TV Sunrise Daily programme on Thursday in Lagos.

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“We will come in and do things differently. The problem of Lagos is that we have one head thinking for the state of Lagos for the past 24 years”.

He said Tinubu, a former governor of Lagos had ousted the state’s “performing governors.”

Although the previous governor Babatunde Fashola escaped a plot to have him removed in 2011 and was re-elected for a second term, claimed that Akinwunmi Ambode couldn’t survive a plot to have him removed in 2019 after serving only one term.

If elected in the upcoming elections, he pledged to decentralize development among the state’s 20 local government units.

“In our very first year in office, we will do a whole lot across Lagos. We need to decentralize development.

“Everybody comes to the centre for greener pastures but if you give the development where they are, they will stay there.

“We will do a whole lot because we will be coming in as independent government; the one not tied to the apron string of anybody and that will allow us to make Lagos wealth that we only hear now work for Lagos,” he said.

lamented what he described as hegemony and monopoly of the state by Tinubu, who was Lagos governor after Nigeria’s return to democracy in 1999.

“The problem is this monopoly that we need to break. If we have an independent governor, we won’t have this problem and that is what we represent,” he said.

Aside from that, criticized Babajide Sanwo-Olu, the current governor, for allegedly not using state resources to boost the transportation, health, and education sectors.

“A government with these resources and the statistics still not speaking to the resources shows failure and the reason is not farfetched; there is a monopoly that we need to break and allow fresh ideas and new thinking.

“Until we do this, we will continue to have the same report and this cosmetic of people saying they are working,” he said.

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