Thursday, February 12, 2015

Wherever Fashola Stops , I Am Going To Continue With It – Ambode

Akinwunmi Ambode, the governorship candidate of the All
Progressives Congress (APC) in Lagos State, on Tuesday
reiterated his commitment to consolidate on the
achievements of Governor Babatunde Fashola‘s
administration, if elected.
Ambode spoke at a rally organised by APC in Oshodi/Isolo
area of the state.
He said that he was ready to improve on projects left
unfinished by the present administration.
“Wherever he stops, I am going to continue with it,” he said.
Ambode said that he would integrate tourism, hospitality,
entertainment and sports together to create more jobs for
the youths.
“Our youths are in dire need of jobs, we will create an
employment trust fund that will allow them have access to
free capital to start any business of their choice,” Ambode
He also said that a small credit guarantee scheme would be
created for all small business owners and entrepreneurs.
The governorship candidate said that he would build inner
city roads in Oshodi/Isolo and ensure further development
of the entire state.
He said that additional buses would provided for all roads.
“The roads that BRT buses do not ply,we will make sure
they ply them.
We will do so much about traffic management and there will
be easier traffic in all our neighbourhoods,’’ he said, urging
the people to give him their votes.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN)reports that some
members of the PDP defected to the APC at the event.
Saidi Adeyemi,who led the defectors, said that they declared
for APC because they wanted be part of the progressives.
Adeyemi, who was an aspirant for the House of
Representatives under PDP, said that the group would add
to the votes of the APC.
NAN reports that it was carnival-like at the Ejigbo
playground, venue of the campaign, as party members and
supporters danced to music supplied by two popular Fuji
musicians,Wasiu AyindeandAdewale Ayuba.

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