Muslim public servants want Ambode reelected
Muslim public servants in Lagos State have called on all faithful to support the re-election bid of Governor Akinwunmi Ambode, for his numerous landmark achievements, that has significantly transformed that landscape of the state, bringing unprecedented development, rapid modernization, and unparalleled infrastructure growth to the state.
At the Jumat Service and special prayer organised by the Lagos Ministry of Home Affairs in commemoration of Democracy Day, the Muslim community in Alausa and Ikeja area, as well as Muslim Public Servants converged to pray for continuity of peace and religious harmony in the state.
The Chief Imam at the Lagos State Secretariat Mosque, Alausa, Alhaji Muhammed Abulbakri Raji, stated that Ambode does not discriminate, and that he “is passionate for Lagos and care for the citizens; he is very responsive to their wishes and desires.
These are sterling qualities that a Muslim should possess; although Ambode is a Christian, he has the qualities of a righteous Muslim; in the past three years of his administration, he has worked assiduously and his noble efforts have yielded tremendous outcomes never witnessed before in Nigeria. Ambode deserves a second term.”
He said Ambode should be commended for sustaining the level of safety and security of the state, the sector he invested heavily and that be applauded for the prompt actions he took to stamp out Badoo Cults and kidnappers when they threaten the state with their devilish and dastardly acts; and that the governor should be supported for bringing development to the grassroots and impacting positively in the lives of the masses from all walks of lives and in all the wards And Local Government/Local Government Development Authorities of the state.
The Commissioner for Home Affairs, Dr. AbdulHakeem AbdulLateef said, Ambode would not relent in his efforts to transform Lagos to a SMART City that would be the pride of all Africans and would always implement programmes and projects to keep the state in the forefront of development.
He said citizens of the state should continue to keep fate and to support the re-election bid of Ambode just as he enjoined all Muslims, in this month of Ramadan and beyond, to be pious, act well and be truthful in all their conducts.
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