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Lagos House Of Rep Member Hon Olajide Jimoh Urges Electorates To Shun Violence & Take Voting Compulsory

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July 18, 2017 – Lagos House Of Rep Member Hon Olajide Jimoh Urges Electorates To Shun Violence & Take Voting Compulsory

As local government elections in Lagos State holds on Saturday, member of House of representatives, Hon. Olajide Jimoh has appealed to electorates to shun violence, saying voting must be taken as

Member, Federal House of Representatives, Hon. Olajide Jimoh disclosed this during campaign at Yaba LCDA.

While leading the party members in a  campaign walk across the streets of Yaba, he also called on the electorates to vote for the progressive.
He appealed to party members and their candidates to shun violence and “do-or-die politics’’.

“I urged all the electorates, party members to remain calm, peaceful before, during and after election. All must come out on July 22nd with confidence and perform their civic responsibility. Voters in Yaba LCDA
should see voting as their civic responsibility which must be taken as mandatory” he said.

Jimoh, representing Lagos Mainland Constituency said local government have a key role in driving Lagos State economy, providing development programmes and protecting the communities.

The rally started from Abule-Ijesha to Abule-Oja, Igbobi -Sabe, Jibowu, Montgomery, Commercial Avenue and ended at his constituency office. While introducing the Yaba Chairmanship candidate to electorates, he said voting for Kayode Omiyale and Councillorship candidates are votes for progressives.

Saturday’s vote is about choosing who is best to take the this local government to the next level. Therefore, Hon. Kayode Omiyale is the best candidate that will bring a lot of dividends of democracy to our esteemed residents at the grassroots, he said.

He also added, “today’s rally show that the people of Yaba are ready to vote for our party. Neighbourhood campaign are already on going and more rally will still come before the election.

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