Jandor Is Desperate, Encourages Lawlessness In Lagos, APC Accuses PDP Candidate

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The Lagos State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) only  accused the governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Abdulazeez Olajide (Jandor) of desperation and encouraging breakdown of law and order in the state.

Jandor and his running mate, Funke Akindele, had visited Mr Lateef Kolapo and Mr Osinachi Ndukwe, two of the victims of the recently auctioned 134 cars impounded for traffic offences by the Lagos State Government.

But the APC in a statement by its Publicity Secretary, Seye Oladejo described Jandor’s visit as a charade and promotion of lawlessness, all in a desperate bid to get votes in the 2023 governorship election.

The statement reads “Our attention has been drawn to the recent characteristic charade of the PDP governorship candidate in Lagos state, Jide Adediran”.

“It’s saddening that Jandor and his deputy, Funke Akindele, have graduated from playing politics with human lives to blatantly encouraging the breakdown of law and order in our dear state.
The visit to citizens who paid the price for violating state traffic laws, compensating, inducing and encouraging them is an act that’s unacceptable in any decent society”.

“The move of Jandor amounts to turning compassion and charity on its head.
It was pathetic that he simply interpreted the loss of his hosts to have their means of livelihood taken away from them when in fact, people have lost their lives to accidents as a result of driving against traffic”.

“However, we are not surprised by the promotion of lawlessness by the opposition party as it remains consistent with their desperation as we count down to the next elections”.

“Their role in the spread of Covid with the promotion and sponsorship of needless mass gatherings- ENDSARS- during a pandemic and the social events hosted by his deputy, Funke Akindele are pointers to the lawlessness of the duo and their party”.

“We expect Funke to be eternally grateful to the state governor for receiving less than a slap on her wrist for a life-threatening crime against the state.
There’s no doubt that good governance can only thrive where law and order prevail”.

“We recommend the recent honest admission of the former national deputy chairman of PDP, Chief Bode George, that the opposition party has no hope of winning elections in the South West to the political neophytes so that they can put their desperation in check”.

“They may wish to note that Lagosians are not fooled by their constantly playing to the gallery because they have nothing to offer.
Our government has the political will and duty to uphold the state laws at all times without succumbing to needless blackmail in the name of irresponsible politicking”.

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