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Saturday, 22 July 2017

Try not to grumble against government If you didn't vote –Tinubu

Sen. Oluremi Tinubu on Saturday said that qualified voters in Lagos State who did not cast their votes in the nearby government decisions would not be defended to grumble against neighborhood committees.

Oluremi, speaking to Lagos Central, said this in Lagos in a meeting with columnists in her living arrangement in Bourdillon, Ikoyi.

The spouse of a previous Governor of the State and National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, Chief Bola Tinubu, talked with newsmen subsequent to making her choice.

"This is an ideal opportunity to demonstrate solidarity for the administration; we trust that this legislature is working; this is the time that everyone ought to play out his/her urban obligation,'' she said.

The congressperson said that voting was an approach to consider governments responsible.

"It is not for you but rather for your era yet unborn with the goal that things can be set up.

"We have set the standard in Lagos; each chose applicant does not have any decision but rather to work,'' she said.

She said that she had been functioning as a people's illustrative for as far back as six years and would keep on doing so till the finish of her residency.

Mrs Tinubu complimented the Lagos State Independent Electoral Commission (LASIEC) for endeavors in gathering information.

"LASIEC has done well; security staff are on ground guaranteeing that there is peace and request.''

Likewise, the Secretary to the Lagos State Government, Mr Tunji Bello, who voted at Ward E, Olonade Street, Yaba LGA, complimented voters who turned out regardless of the storm.

"Voters have demonstrated help for vote based system by coming to vote regardless of the rain.

"Beginning the decision behind timetable is reasonable because of the storm; it is noteworthy.

"I trust that APC will convey the day,'' he said.

Mr Jide Jimoh, speaking to Lagos Mainland in the House of Representatives, told columnists that the races had been serene.

"The decision procedure is phenomenal up until now, and I praise the Lagos State Commissioner of Police for that.

"I won't have any desire to make any judgment on LASIEC in light of the fact that we are quite recently beginning. Taking off does not make a difference; it is finding that is the most imperative thing.

"We have taken off; toward the day's end, we will see the outcome. I expect a positive outcome,'' he said.

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