The PDP Governorship Candidate in Lagos State, Dr Abdul-Azeez Adediran (Jandor) on Sunday took his campaign to the League of Imams and Alfas in Badagry Division of the state, seeking their blessings for a successful election.
The NewsZenith reports that Adediran is an indigene of Badagry division of Lagos state.
The PDP candidate, who is the convener of the ‘Lagos4Lagos Movement’, at a meeting with Islamic clerics in the area, promised to put public interests first if elected governor in 2023.
According to him, his administration will make education free and compulsory, establish Ministries of Children Affairs and People Living with Disability (PWD).
Adediran also said that his administration would work for masses to improve their welfare and living standard.
He, therefore, calling for prayers and support from the spiritual leaders, pledging that he would work for the interest and development of the division if elected as the state governor.
“We have faith that if we sit down and do the sacrifice, the prayers will be answered.
“The prayers you made some time ago, God has answered it. The next one is on the 2023 elections and only God can answer the prayers.
“Badagry can be sure that I will work for their interest; I will work for the people of Lagos and put their interest first in decision-making,” he said.
In an interactive session with artisans and physically-challenged people in the Agamadeh part of Badagry, the candidate promised not to leave them behind.
He urged them to vote for all PDP candidates across the board, adding that he would erase the zone’s years of neglect by successive administrations.
In their responses, Mr Barnabas Raji, the leader of People Living with Disabilities and Mr Kola Alatise, the Chairman of Coalition of Artisans in the Local Government, pledged to mobilise their members in support of the PDP candidate.