Lagos APC chairmanship aspirant, Tugbobo, canvasses consensus
Ahead of the All Progressives Congress (APC) congresses, a chairmanship aspirant in Lagos State, Mrs. Beatrice Tugbobo, has called for consensus in choosing party officials.
Tugbobo, a former chairman of Mushin Local Council, urged the party faithful to embrace the consensus idea being promoted by the party’s national caretaker chairman, Yobe State Governor Mai Mala Buni.
She said: “I am bringing my wealth of experience, contacts and motherly touch to further advance the political fortunes and causes of the Lagos State chapter of our great party, the APC, without leaving any member behind.”
The chieftain, who pledged to turn around the fortunes of the party if elected as chairman, said she would realise her goals considering her expertise to revive the much-needed spirit of patriotism and stability.
Besides, Tugbobo, who is regarded as a bridge-builder, said Lagosians needed a visionary leader, who would carry everyone along.
The politician added that she would ensure the younger generations have something to look up to.
Tugbobo is coming on the back of the state-wide support and acclamation of the AAMCO group.
Regarded as a grassroots politician, the chairmanship aspirant is seen to be strategically poised to take over from the Tunde Balogun-led executive.