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APC reaffirms confidence in Lagos chairman; warns rumour mongers

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The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Lagos State on Saturday warned unscrupulous elements to desist from spreading unfounded rumours about an imaginary crisis in the chapter.

The party also passed a vote of confidence in its chairman, Pastor Cornelius Ojelabi.

Its Publicity Secretary, Hon. Seye Oladejo said in a statement that anybody who has grievances to ventilate can approach the leadership of the party rather than resort to an unnecessary media onslaught at this crucial period.

Reiterating the party’s trust in the chairman, Oladejo recalled that Ojelabi came on board with an enviable track record of experience across the party and the three tiers of government. He said the chairman has been able to leverage his experience to unify the party, break barriers and placate aggrieved party members.

Oladejo added: ”He has a reputation as a team player, humble, selfless, and considerate. He consults far and wide before taking decisions on party affairs. There’s no doubt that his style of leadership complements the landmark achievements of the state governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-olu to ensure a seamless campaign that will guarantee our victory.

“Since his assumption of office, he has assiduously ensured that the party is not factionalized by promoting fair play and justice at all times. Despite the short notice, the Lagos Presidential rally at the Teslim Balogun stadium, Surulere, has been widely acknowledged as one of the best in terms of organization, mobilization, media coverage, and security arrangements. Likewise for the Governorship election flag-off at Mobolaji, Johnson Arena, Onikan.

“The state chairman’s greatest strength is his approachable nature through which he has been able to mobilise market men and women, artisans, ethnic groups, youths and other stakeholders towards the coming elections”.

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