Still basking in the euphoria of the huge success recorded in his ongoing visit to members across the state, Lead Visioner, Dr. Olajide Adediran (Jandor) got a rousing welcome from members in Agege on Sunday, 12th September, 2021. It would be recalled that the APC stalwart recently visited Alimosho and Ikorodu to interact with members of the movement.
The mammoth crowd that welcomed Jandor include residents, APC party faithful and members of Lagos4Lagos in Agege and its environs. Welcoming the Lead Visioner and his team to the Local Government, Deputy Apex Leader of the movement, Hon. Sundy Ajayi thanked the members of the movement for trooping out en-masse to welcome the Lead Visioner, Jandor. He equally saluted the courage of Dr. Adediran to challenge oppression and impunity in the Lagos APC.
In his own remarks, Dr. Adediran, who was visibly elated by the impressive turn-out, thanked members of the movement and its leaders for their overwhelming support. He reiterated the need for mobilization and sensitization of residents on the ideals and motive of the movement. Specifically, he urged other members of APC who are undecided on joining the party to take a stand, citing the unfortunate situation with the former Lagos commissioner for Transport, Kayode Opeifa, on the aftermath of the National delegate list. He noted that the ‘Lagos4Lagos movement is not a place for the greedy’. According to the APC party stalwart, the Lagos4Lagos movement cuts across ethnic, religious and party affiliations noting that the movement is geared towards freeing Lagos from the whims and caprices of one single individual. “Lagos4Lagos is for everyone regardless of tribe, religion or party affiliation. We have demonstrated through the last congress that we are solidly on and so, we are not resting on our oars to give the people the opportunity to choose who they want to lead them”
Addressing the Hausa community at the gathering, Adediran urged them to queue behind the fastest growing and most formidable political movement in the state explaining that the best the Hausas have got in Lagos is the recycling of one individual in political office since the return to civil rule in 1999. He noted that the movement is a mass-based movement as against the elitist government run by the present purveyors of power in the Lagos APC.