Senator Adeola Hails Sanwo - Olu, Abiodun Victories - THE DAILY CRUCIBLE



Thursday, December 19, 2019

Senator Adeola Hails Sanwo - Olu, Abiodun Victories

Senator Solomon Adeola (APC) on Thursday hailed the final electoral victories of the Governor of Lagos State, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu and the Governor of Ogun State, Prince Dapo Abiodun at the Supreme Court, saying it is the fulfilment of the will of God and the wishes of the people of the respective states.

In a congratulatory message by the Media Adviser to Senator Adeola, Chief Kayode Odunaro, the APC Senator representing Lagos West, said contenders for political offices should learn to accept the wishes of the people as expressed in a free and fair election.

The Senate Committee Chairman on Finance who also went through electoral litigation to validate his victory, added that most electoral litigation were distractive to the goal of serving the people and fulfilling electoral promises

 Adeola urged the two governors not to be distracted in the mission to better the lot of the people going forward stressing that more than ever before the two states face serious developmental challenges that need the attention of the state governments.

“I want to congratulate the governor of Lagos and Ogun State for the validation of the mandates given to them the apex court of the land. I want to urge all APC members and indeed all the people of both states to come out in full support of the two administrations to deliver the dividends of democracy.

" Beyond sharing common boundaries, the two state share a lot in common and I am aware the two governors are working in synergy in some areas in the interest of the people of both states. I fully support this needed synergy.

“From the pedigrees of the two of you, I have no doubt that you have what it takes to creditably discharge your responsibilities under the constitution. With the removal of the distraction of electoral litigations, I pray for ‘Solomonic’ wisdom for you to adequately govern and fulfil your electoral promises within the available resources,” he stated.

From Jane Okafor, Abuja

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