AGBAJE BEGINS CAMPAIGN, PROMISES TO RESTORE FREEDOM, DIGNITY TO LAGOS

It was a rainbow coalition of various social, political and cultural groups as Olujimi Agbaje, the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) Lagos State governorship candidate for the 2019 election kicked off his campaign.

The crowd came from different localities in the state including Ajegunle, Mushin, Ikorodu, Agege, Badagry, Ikeja and several other areas to witness the grand event in Lekki Lagos.


At the interactive ceremony, the PDP candidate promised to restore the dignity of Lagos and give the residents the much-desired freedom to determine their fate rather than being muzzled by a Godfather as it has been the case in the last 20 years.

Amidst applause from representatives of various ethnic, social, political groups and civil society from all parts of Lagos, Agbaje assured that the thrust of his administration will be anchored on believability, power and healthcare.

According to him, 1000 megawatts of power would be targeted in four years to muscle up and boost the economic fortune of the people. He said the plank of his health care programme would be built around health insurance schemes.

The PDP candidate also promised to restore the glory and standard of education in the state by providing more accessible to quality education as opposed to the current ineffective system.

“I am running a believable administration and I am in the race for service not for self. They are in politics for selves. They have said that I am their ‘customer’.

But I want to tell them that the customer is the king and he is always right. By March 2019, the rest will be history because this election will be decided by the people of Lagos who yearn for freedom, and not by political parties,” he told the enthusiastic supporters.

He also used the opportunity to introduce his deputy, Mrs. Haleemat Oluyemisi Busari and promised that they would “carry the load together” instead of the culture of making the deputy a “spare tyre”.

The duo promised to hold more townhall meetings in the days ahead to engage supporters and voters on the programmes for the state.

“We need a governor that the buck stops on his table. I promise to be that governor. The buck will stop on my table and Lagos will go back to his glory as the future is bright,” he said amidst thunderous applause.

174 Comments

  1. Which freedom again. Jimi can not become Lagos state governor when a lot have been done by the APC current Governor in lagos

  2. Now let’s see Na, you all have sugar coated mouths, you just want to overdo everything for where ,you must be mistaken

  3. Is not going to be easy with him and his party to win Lagos state. Well with God all things are possible.

  4. We are tired of hearing promises all we need is action, after voting you in there all the promise will be fail

  5. Even if you haven’t making any campaign the whole lagos is in pocket of the person that choose you

    So be calm and relax

  6. The problem here is that the chances of you winning the governorship election is very slim because Lagos State is an apc state and will still remain so in time to come

  7. All politicians are same, they bring their own promises in order to get people vote for them, then after voting for them, they will start doing another thing

  8. All this talk as been said before, yet people are a still suffering, may God chose the best leaders for us.

  9. You guys have started all this your
    Indomie noodles-two minutes- experience campaign promises abi?
    Continu

  10. He says and I quote “I promise to be that governor. The buck will stop on my table and Lagos will go back to his glory as the future is bright,” This is how they make various promises during campaign and changes when elected. I have stopped believing in campaign promises.

  11. Freedom hmmmm really? I really wish all these politicians will stop making promises and start praying and campaigning

  12. S many things has been said over the years but none has been done & here they are promising another one

  13. I Wish you well but you know to win Lagos is now chilD…the power that be are ready to do anything to keep Lagos

  14. Wheather we like it or not this type of strategy has come to stay in Niger politics,everyone must promise something just for the campaign purposes

  15. politician with their promised, anyway I wish him to become victory in the next coming election because Wheather we like it or not this type of strategy has come to stay in Niger politics,everyone must promise something just for the campaign purposes

  16. This is we that will choose who govern us our prayer is God to fight those that would want to force us to accept foolish leaders.

  17. I pray Ogbaje, PDP aspirant wins Lagos State come March 2019 and I also pray his promises come to being at least 80%

  18. Now let’s see Na, you all have sugar coated mouths, you just want to overdo everything for where ,you must be mistaken

  19. Everybody is going into politics for service to the people and once elected ot becomes service for self

  20. Agbaje’s Governorship Debate with opponents would be a spectacle to behold; I look forward to it. Last time he ‘floored’ his opponent with ‘ocean economy’ idea now he talks about ‘believability, power and healthcare.’

  21. I am running a believable administration and I am in the race for service not for self. Don’t forget to fulfill your political promises when you get there because many of them does promise and fail

  22. You will keep trying but sincerely yours you can’t win the election with the party you are in so try again next time

  23. Politicians with the technique they bring their own promises in order to get people vote for them, then after voting for them, they will start doing another thing.

  24. Lagos was never in bondage…also u can promise heaven on earth since u want to win….but abiding by it and keeping the promise is the problem

  25. This great man is truly interested in the governance of Lagos state, hope he wins the election,though APC have been the ruling party in Lagos, good luck on it,

  26. I really wish you can be elected, and that you fulfill your promises, Nigeria politicians can not be trusted

  27. Empty promises,they should even give him chance now,haba!!!since how many years he has been contesting. Na wah ooo

  28. Well that is all good promises but what matters is whether they will keep to it if they get on that seat

  29. hahahahhaha Nigeria one thing is to promise o another thing is to fulfill all your promises because even the Bible said that promise and fail is a sin

  30. AGBAJE BEGINS CAMPAIGN, PROMISES TO RESTORE FREEDOM, DIGNITY TO LAGOS.”fallacy” political propaganda

  31. The preaching is one thing. But the doing is another thing. We need more action than words. This one is just propaganda to get votes

  32. Politicians can promise to achieve everything that they also know it won’t be possible for them before election was they were elected they forgot all their promises

  33. Your predecessors have use lot of sugar coated words as expertise which are far sweeter than this but ain’t do ntn. What assurance will yours be

  34. All these politician will promise heaven and earth to get people to vote them in and after wards go back on their word.

  35. Easier said than done….may God help them to remember all the promises made during campaign by fire by force.

  36. Maybe God give us a fearing leader after God hearts we had enough of promises and fail in Nigeria we someone to do things right In Nigeria

  37. It is shocking to find that after twenty years, Lagos still has so many slum areas. Leaves me wondering where all the external funds received on behalf of these people were diverted to.

  38. It should be a believable administration based on what he said however, he should try as much as posible to actualize his promises to the letter if he wants to acquire our votes

  39. Empty promises in a bid to get what they want
    And once it’s done they call it game over
    Their words are no longer trusted

  40. Not just promising and later refuse to do what was promised….try to keep up to what you have said…politics and its problem…

  41. politicians are all the same, we just gotta keep changing them till we change to the good one, I think

  42. Nigerian politicians can promise you heaven and earth, but at the end of the day when they got into the power they forgot about everything.

  43. All these their empty promises they make during campaign That they will never fulfilled when elected

  44. If they want to beg for food now their mouths go sweet but let them get to the position now maybe we go they suffer.

  45. Making promises is not the problem, being able to accomplish them is the main deal,so make sure you do them.

  46. I don’t believe all these politicians, when they get there they won’t fulfill their promises

  47. Now let’s see Na, you all have sugar coated mouths, you just want to overdo everything for where ,you must be mistaken

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