The Lagos State governorship candidate under the umbrella of People’s Democratic Party, Dr Abdul-Azeez Adediran, aka Jandor, brought out his wife Mariam Adediran, to members of the PDP family.
Adediran’s wife, who was based in America and had not been featured in the political activities of her husband since the 2023 electioneering began, anchor a meeting with the PDP women and leaders in Lagos.
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Mariam expressed her excitement over the mammoth crowd that received her and assured them that life would be better with the Jandor at the helms of affairs in the state.
She also mentioned that those following her husband would not work in vain. She said Jandor is passionate about improving the quality life for all including women and children.
She berated politicians sponsoring campaigns of calumny on social media against her family and her husband because she was not with him. According to her, she has been part of her husband’s political movement and has always supported him even from her abode in the United States.
“I have been part of this movement and we, my husband and I agreed that he would be in Nigeria to drive the movement while I would be in the US with the children.
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“It is disheartening what people do in the name of politics on social media. I am not a social media person but I read everything they put up there,” she said.
Lauding women for supporting her husband’s vision for a better Lagos, Mariam said though a lot had been done, much more could still be done before the end of the campaign.
“I love you and even though the election is in a few days from today, we still have so much to do together and I know that God will grant our efforts with success.
“I do see everything that you all are doing. I see all of your movements and engagements as well as your efforts to help this movement. I sincerely say thank you to everyone.
“If anyone is telling you that you are working in vain, tell them you are not because you can see the movement growing and you have been focused.
“This movement is just starting, though you have done a whole lot, but I want to let you know that it is just starting,” she said.
Mariam, who noted that she had been so passionate about women and children, urged the women to believe in themselves.
“I will make sure that all the women in this movement, not only here but also in Lagos, stand on their feet and believe in themselves.”
In his remarks, Jandor expressed confidence that without a godfather, he would win the election and make the wealth of the state work for all residents.
Jandor said he had God on his side and the people to defeat the ruling party.
The event, which took place at the PDP candidate’s campaign office in Ikeja, had in attendance the party’s deputy governorship candidate, Funke Akindele, and the PDP ex-Board of Trustees member, Mrs Aduke Maina.
Also, a former Lagos PDP Women Leader, Mrs Bisi Odunsi; Chairperson, Lagos4Lagos Movement, Chief Tanwa Olusi as well as the party’s women leaders across the 20 Local Government Areas and others attended the event.
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