Ambode proclaims second term bid, says I’m not tired

Written by on September 11, 2018

Senator Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State on Monday announced his aim to look for re-race in 2019 on the stage of the All Progressives Congress.

Ambode talked at the open ground in Alausa, while tending to party devoted who thronged the place, letting them know there was more to be done and he was not worn out.

It was reported that Ambode had before picked his designation frame for a second term at the APC Headquarters in Abuja.

“In these three and a half years as your representative, I have seen unmistakable confirmation that we can accomplish unimaginable things when we as a whole meet up without any than our confidence in our fantasies.

“We accomplished in light of the fact that you accepted. Be that as it may, there is still significantly more to be finished. However, I am not plagued. I am not worn out and I am certain you feel a similar way since we as a whole imagine a superior Lagos, a Lagos we had always wanted,” he said.

The representative said he had gathered his selection frame before in the day, and requested help as he tried to proceed with the order to control the undertakings of the state.

“I request that you accept once more, and together, we should accomplish more.

“Precisely four years prior, I approached you to go along with me in an adventure of caring administration to manufacture a protected and prosperous Lagos State driven by a lively economy and bolstered by quality administration, value and equity.

“You trusted in me and gave me your help,” Ambode said.

He expressed gratitude toward Lagosians for trusting in him and his legislature and also their help so far all through this organization.

“I thank all individuals from our awesome gathering, the All Progressives Congress; our political pioneers, most particularly our National Leader, Chief Bola Ahmed Tinubu, for giving me the stage to add to the further development and advancement of our state.

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