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Guber poll: Youths declare support for Sanwo-Olu

Comr. Adeyemi Adewuyi, a grass-rooted youth leader in Lagos State, has led youths to declare their support for the re-election of Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu. While…

Comr. Adeyemi Adewuyi, a grass-rooted youth leader in Lagos State, has led youths to declare their support for the re-election of Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu.

While addressing the press, Adewuyi, who is also the Lagos State Chairman of Nigerian Youth Congress (NYC), said Lagosians are much aware of Sanwo-Olu’s achievements.

“The state recently took delivery of new trains from Milwaukee, United States, for its red line rail project. This is another major milestone in the drive by the governor to deliver the operation of the red line rail system by first quarter 2023 as promised.

“In the area of infrastructure, some of the projects Sanwo-Olu carried out are; the Lagos-Ogun boundary roads, Lekki-Oniru Traffic circulation projects, Pen Cinema Flyover and road networks in Somolu, Ikoyi, and Victoria Island. The Lekki-VGC Regional Road and Lekki-Epe-Ibeju Road expansion projects are transformational infrastructural projects that will improve the quality of life,” he said.

He added: “Before he took over the government of Lagos, refuse disposal and management was a huge challenge. Sanwo-Olu re-organised Lagos Waste Management Authority (LAWMA) and empowered them to do their job. Within weeks, refuse disappeared from the streets.

“Also, following in Asiwaju’s steps, The governor takes the environment as a highly important sector of the state and therefore donated 60 units of 24 cubic meter trucks, 12 loaders and 30 units of 12 cubic meter trucks to further enhance effective and efficient service delivery across the state.

“One of the projects which caught the World Health Organisation’s attention and placed Nigeria as the fourth-best country in the world was how Lagos State impressively curtailed the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“I can go on and on, but for the sake of time. This is the kind of governor we need in Lagos State. And we the Lagos State youths have resolved to work for him and make sure he secures the office for a second term.”

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