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Ahmad Lawan: APC Will Continue To Rule Lagos, Nigeria

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PRESIDENT of the Senate, Senator Ahmad Lawan has boasted that the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC will continue to rule Lagos State and Nigeria as a country.

Lawan has also urged Nigerians to continue to entrust the affairs of the country to the APC, saying that the party is the one to trust, just as he described Lagos as a home for APC and expressed the confidence that “APC, by the Grace of God, will continue to rule Lagos and rule Nigeria.”

The President of the Senate made the appeal in Lagos at the fifth edition of the empowerment programme of Senator Solomon Olamilekan Adeola, APC, Lagos West.

The event which was held at the premises of the Nigeria Police College, Ikeja was also witnessed by the Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu.

In a statement, by his Special Adviser, Media, Ola Awoniyi, the President of the Senate said, “All that we need to do is to continue what we are doing now. Support our leaders. Tolerate us. Unite ourselves and of course, remain focused.

“PDP may tell you something funny about the administration of APC at the national level but PDP ruled Nigeria for 16 years and all that they did was to leave or bequeath so many challenges to us in 2015.

“We are dealing with those challenges one after the other and if on the way, we encounter new challenges, we are equal to the task.

“By the Grace of God, we are going to turn around the fortunes of this country for the better. We have done so much but we are also challenged especially in the area of security.

“When someone tells you that the APC administration only takes loans or borrow money, PDP had 16 years of so many resources and they did very little infrastructure in the country if any. The money disappeared and our options are limited.

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