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Let's join hands together to move our beloved APC forward

 To all our Apex Leaders, State Officers,LGA Executive Members, Zonal leaders, ward leaders, all other stakeholders and the entire members of our Great Party (the All Progressive Congress (APC) across Lagos East Senatorial District especially.

Let's be reminded that the party belongs to everyone of us, and we all must work strategically to promote the image of our party, through a Peaceful Coexistence among ourselves and in our neighborhood.

We want to enjoin everyone of us to TACTICALLY canvas both undecided voters and non members of our party within our locality to work toward the success of the Party in the upcoming LGA/LCDA election.

In Addition to these, let me use this medium to congratulates all our Party candidates both (Chairmen, Vice Chairmen and various Ward Councillors).

Let everyone of us start working in unison to enable us to record a laudable and landslide victory at the coming poll.

The Primary Election has come and gone,no looser,no vanguish because APC is a one big family.We all WON.

Here is the right time to put our mobilisation prowess into use and work in unison in order to actualise our desired vision for Lagos State and our respective Local Government and Local Council Development Area in the coming election.

However,to all party Leaders and the members,I want to use this medium to appreciate you for your sportmanship spirit and cooperation for the development of our party,the APC over the years.

Let us all focus on the coming Local Government Election and work together as usual to actualise our dream.
In Unity we stand, and we shall never fall or being disgraced.

Our Victory is ascertained by the grace of God
My Party

Your Party

Our Party


Lagos east senatorial district


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