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Saturday, 28 September 2019

Attacks against Ambode will continue to fail -group


A socio-cultural and political organisation, Lagos Renaissance Group, has condemned what it described as sponsored and despicable attacks on the immediate past governor of Lagos State, Mr Akinwunmi Ambode.

It noted that the attacks were part of a series of planned political persecutions that would not only fail but also expose the ruling All Progressives Congress to needless cracks and invasion by political enemies.

The group, in a statement signed by its Chairman, Daniel Awesu, and Secretary General, Abdul-Quadri Enikanolaiye, stated that the call by some protesters on September 24 for the probe of Ambode could only be regarded as unjustified, embarrassingly shameful and uncalled-for.

The statement read in part, “No doubt, this is one of the series of intentionally planned persecution and political assaults on the former governor Ambode in order to wickedly rubbish his rich and enviable credentials and pedigree.

“It will only be an act of feigning ignorance or mischief if anyone living in Lagos State is oblivious of the tremendous and daring but short-lived pro-people policies and program the former Governor Ambode designed and implemented during his four-year tenure (2015 to 2019).”(Punch)

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