The Governorship Candidate of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, in Lagos, Dr. Abdul-Azeez Adediran better known as Jandor, has assured non-indigenes in the state of adequate protection of their business interests, if elected into office in 2023.
Jandor gave the assurance on Thursday when his campaign team met with non-Yoruba-speaking residents in Amuwo-Odofin Local Government Area of the state.
The governorship candidate spoke at the palace of Eze Ndigbo of Ori Ade Local Council Development Area (LCDA) in Amuwo Odofin, Eze Emmanuel Akalika.
Addressing party supporters from the South-East, South- South and Northern parts of the country, Adediran said that PDP would have gone into extinction in the state, if not for their support.
Jandor said: “Your support for PDP means you share the yearnings of those of us who are indigenes of the state. You have always shown your expression through the ballot box.
“I will protect your business interests if I am elected into office in 2023. The time has come for you to realise your dreams. Anybody who understands the contributions of people like you will never oppress you.
“You have someone standing before you now that will treat you very well as governor. We have had a government that does not see you as one of them.
“With me and Funke Akindele, you will have a government that will come with empathy and does what will boost your economy,” he said.
According to him, his administration will birth a state that will be wealthy in truth and not on paper alone.
Adediran said that the 2023 governorship election remained a choice between a government that would bring a breath of fresh air and one that would maintain the status quo.
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