The OLADEIIBI Joint CDAs of Laketu organised a town hall meeting with all the stakeholders in Ikorodu North LCDA.
The meeting held on the 4th of March 2023 converged Ifedapo, Olisado, Eyinle, Ogo oluwa, Anoluwa, Onaseso, Bamgbelu, Damolapa Imole oluwa Agodongbon and Liberty CDA members.
Baales, Muslim clerics and representatives from the Christian Association of Nigeria (Ikorodu North Branch) were also in attendance.
APC ward chairman, Ward E2 erikorodo chairman was ably represented by the woman leader.
Speaking at the event, the joint CDA chairman, Comrade Oladele Winjobi instructed members to work hard to win all 5 polling units in the communities for APC.
He also communicated with party leaders to synergise with all the CDA chairmen for a successful mobilisation of members.
He further appreciated the royal fathers for honouring his call, asking them to assist the CDA executives to deliver all the polling units i.e 015 Akano junction, 004 African Bethel primary school, 013 African Bethel primary, 006 African Bethel primary and 008 Bamgbelu village.
All polling agents and managers were subsequently notified to be on alert while on duty.
Furthermore, engaging the youths, Former APC constituency 1 aspirant for the Lagos Assembly, Hon. Samson Bisiriyu pledged to mobilise each polling unit by providing minor logistics; vehicles to convey voters to the respective voting point.
In detail, he also vowed to convey all requests made by the CDA, including the Lucky fibre access link road to odogunyan, and the secondary school & market road to the local council and State.
He encouraged youths present to vote massively for all APC candidates, beginning from the Lagos State governor, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu and Ikorodu constituency 1 LAHA candidate Hon. Gbolahan Ogunleye (OGA).
The woman leader & all clerics implore everyone present to vote massively for Governor Sanwo-Olu and Hon. Ogunleye, promising to take the message to the churches and mosques.
Many questions were asked which Hon Samson Bisiriyu answered.
Igbo members of the community who were also in attendance unanimously agreed to vote APC, suing for co-existence between all tribes.
Campaign souvenirs were later shared with all members of the programme.