LG Election: Our Victory Creates Avenue For Continued Synergy Between State, Local Governments, Says Lagos APC
All Progressives Congress (APC) in Lagos state, on Sunday, said the party’s victory at the local government polls created the avenue for continuation of synergy by the state and local governments to bring all round socio-economic development in the state.
The party reassured residents of irrevocable commitment to the security, welfare and total delivery of progressive manifestos.
In a statement issued by its State Publicity Secretary, Mr Seye Oladejo, the party expressed appreciation to the people for reaffirming their faith in it by voting for its candidates, saying that the professionalism of the security agencies and neutrality of the umpire contributed to the success of the elections.
The statement reads: “The Lagos state chapter APC wish to express our profound appreciation to the good people of Lagos state for reaffirming their faith in our party by overwhelmingly returning our candidates during the last saturday’s Local Government elections.
” We acknowledge the difficulties in navigating the unusual elections with the ravaging Covid-19 pandemic and it’s attendant challenges.
“The professionalism of the security agencies and neutrality of the umpires also contributed to the success of the elections.
” The victory of APC has provided an opportunity for continued synergy by the state and local governments to bring all round socio-economic development to the state.
“We want to reassure Lagosians of the irrevocable commitment of our party to the security, welfare and the total delivery of our progressive manifestos”.
Recall that local government election was conducted in 20 local governments and 37 local council development areas of Lagos state yesterday.
The election which witnessed low voter turnout across the local governments in the state was to usher in new Council executives and Councillors that would govern the councils for the next 4years.
APC won in all the local governments and LCDAs in the state.