The Lagos State Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Governorship Candidate, Dr Olajide Adediran, popularly called Jandor, has described the outcome of Saturday’s gubernatorial election in the state as “shocking and not a reflection of the party’s worth.”
Adediran, reacting to the outcome of the polls at a news conference on Monday at his Campaign Office, in Ikeja, vowed to pursue the process to the end before letting out his next step of action.
He maintained that “an election is not an event but a process. Residents have not seen the last of the Saturday’s poll as we are ready to follow the process till the end.”
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According to Adediran: “It is so sad to see some leaders trying to force themselves on people
“We need to let everyone know that Saturday’s election was the end of another process (in Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC timetable for the 2023 elections) and the process continues.
“We will know what action to take when we see the last of this process. We have not seen the last of it. Yes, a supposed winner has been declared but the election is a process not an event.
“So, we will see this to the end before we begin to say what decision are we taking as a party.
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“We went into this election against all principalities in Lagos State. We ran this election against INEC, the Police, the APC and as a matter of fact, we ran against some of our leaders within the PDP.
“We feel so proud that as lone rangers, we were able to stand on our feet and put up a good fight to set Lagos free.”
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