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New Year: Lagos deputy governor calls for unity, tolerance

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Lagos State deputy governor, Idiat Oluranti Adebule has called on Nigerians irrespective of their tribes or religions to embrace peace and consider unity and mutual love for one another.

Adebule said this is a necessary condition for stability and growth in the nation’s democracy and infrastructure development.

In a her new year message, the deputy governor through her
Director of public affairs, Odusina Ameen, said Nigerians must close ranks and work together for peace and unity of the country, noting that Nigerians sacrificed a lot to earn its democracy, hence the need for all of us to live together in peace and jealously guide it and ensure that it is well nurtured to maturity for economic prosperity and individual development.

Adebule disclosed that the state government under the leadership of governor Akinwunmi Ambode has resolved to continue to deliver democracy dividends to the residents until the last day in office, noting that the all inclusive governance and other reforms introduced by the administration have impacted positively on the lives of Lagosians, urging them to continue to live together in peace and support the state government in its transformation agenda.

‘’ While thanking you for your support for this administration in the last three and half years, let me re emphasize that the hallmark of the success of this administration is the support that you have given us and your co operations from time to time. I want to appeal to you to continue to support and pray for the success of this administration and the one coming after it as government is a continuum. As long as you continue to support and stand by the ruling APC governments in the state and you allow peace to reign, let me reassure that more and more democracy dividends would be delivered to our people across the state’’ Adebule stated


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