Lagos deputy governor withdraws from senatorial race


Lagos State Deputy Governor, Adejoke Orelope-Adefulire, has withdrawn from the race to contest the ticket of the Lagos West Senatorial district on the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC).

Her decision to withdraw from the race, according to a statement by Special Assistant, Media, Tunde Abatan, was in the overall interest of the party and the need to strengthen its unity.

The statement reads: “This is of course a very difficult decision for me to make, but one that I made in the overall interest of my party and for the benefit of our growing internal democracy.

“I wish to thank the party, our apex leaders and our loyal, dedicated members in the state particularly members of Lagos West Senatorial District on the support shown through their wise counsels, best wishes and words of encouragement during visits on political mission’, she said.

The Deputy Governor, however, pledged her unalloyed support and cooperation to any aspirant that eventually emerges as the Party’s candidate in the forthcoming primaries scheduled for Monday, 8th December, 2014.

She said further that “In spite of my withdrawal from the Senatorial race, my commitment to Lagosians and the development of Lagos remains sacrosanct.

“I promise to use the rest of my tenure as your Deputy Governor to continue to assist the Governor in providing good governance and continue to project our party and ensure its success at the forthcoming 2015 elections’.

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