With a coalition of 114 youth base, which amounts to 100,000 youths in Igbogbo Baiyeku LCDA, the Executive Chairman, Bldr Sesan Daini, on the 15th of March 2023, hosted youthful people for political reasons at the council’s secretariat.
The youth meeting, which doubled as an interactive section, oriented youths on the need to participate in the oncoming gubernatorial and state house of assembly elections.
Bldr. Daini, who was also chaperoned by his Vice-Chairman and other youth leaders in the LCDA, wielded the medium to address the youths on the need to rally their support towards the All Progressive Congress party candidates at all fronts.
Extolling the accomplishments of the ruling party, the chairman explained that If the performance of any leader has not positively transformed the lives of youths then that leader is not doing well.
Expressing that such negative traits cannot be attributed to the numerous leaders the APC has been delivering not only in Ikorodu division but in all of Lagos state and Nigeria.
Using the unemployment decline as a case study, Bldr Daini explained how jobs have been created right from the President-Elect, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s tenure as Lagos governor from 1999 to 2007, adding that Tinubu’s direction of leadership is still heeded to date.
Bldr. Daini continued, “If Tinubu can accomplish numerous feats, which have made Lagos an economic hub in the whole of west Africa, Imagine what he’ll do as President of Nigeria,”
On the path of the current Lagos governor, Bldr Daini indicated that the level of job created by Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu has reduced the level of crime normally recorded in the State because people are working more presently.
He also underlined other sectors where the present administration is toiling tirelessly to stimulate economic development.
“Approximately 25,000 youths will be removed from the space of unemployment due to the operation of Imota Rice Mill, which Mr Sanwo-Olu has established here in Ikorodu”.
Hammering on effective governance, Daini let out that bad policies affecting the APC government were put in place by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), which the ruling party is labouring hard all through the years to correct in the best interest of Nigerians, especially the vibrant youths.
In all, the council boss instructed the youths not to give up on the All Progressive Congress party leadership, asserting that great aid is coming.
Bldr Daini, in closing, notified youths to be on the ground on the 18th of March, not only to vote for the All Progressive Congress (APC) but also to canvass votes and give the ruling party a massive victory.
“Growth and development might not be as fast as we planned, but always remember that slow and steady wins the race. Let’s stay with the All Progressive Congress, it is going to be a new era for the youths” Daini added
Subsequently, An interactive section ensued as youths were given avenues to suggest points of synergy between them and the party’s mandates.
Bldr. Daini also urged youths to participate in community development association (CDA) meetings, for effective carriage on affairs that guide and foster community development.
Engr. Ayotunde Shodeinde, from the Lagos State Public Works Corporation, LSPWC, lauded the council boss for assembling the youths and orientating them on the need to stand by the governing party.
Engr. Shodeinde, asked the youths to come out en mass on March 18th to show their overwhelming support for APC, asserting that a new entrance of modification is what they stand to gain from the ruling party.
All attendees, in a dialogue mode, affirmed their 100% support for APC party candidates, going into the March 18th gubernatorial and state house of assembly elections, at the high point of the meeting.
Other youths in attendance, who were indecisive at first (on the party to vote for) were thereon persuaded by the chairman to heave their backing to the APC.
2 youth representatives from the 114 bases across the LCDA were present at the gathering.
Igbogbo Baiyeku LCDA consists of 264 CDAs with 5 wards.
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