Centre for Righteous Living, a faith based non-governmental organisation has thrown its weight behind the re-election bid of the governor of Lagos State, Mr Babajide Olusola Sanwoolu.

This became a public knowledge over the weekend from a statement by the National President, Rev. Solomon Adegbolagun.

According to Rev. Adegbolagun, there was the need to join other well meaning residents of Lagos across faith and social groups to declare their supports for the governor who has been very active, responsive and diligent in his mandate to the people of Lagos State in almost the four years of his ascension to the exalted seat of the governor of the state.

"In the last four years, Governor Sanwoolu has proved himself to be a man who we can trust with the administration of Lagos state. He has been able to maintain peace and security, as well as religious harmony in the state."

"His works in infrastructure, in education, health, road, transportation and employment generation speak volumes. It is on this note that we believe he still has a lot to contribute to the growth and development of the state, and an unbroken second term would help him to achieve this.

"In specific terms we salute the governor’s efforts in his giant stride on the recently commissioned iconic projects in the state. These are the Imota Rice Mill, Light Rail (Blue Line), Lekki Deep Sea Port and JK Randle Centre for Yoruba Culture and History, the construction of over 308 roads, upgrade and development in the educational sector, the repositioning of the health sectors through the building of more health centres at the grassroots, and a free health policy for children below 18 years and adults above 65 years of age."

Noting that all these sterling achievements put Governor Sanwoolu into an advantage ahead of others, the Christian leader called on all the members of his group, Christians and all eligible voters in Lagos state to come out in large number to vote for the performing governor, and his party APC at all levels.

He expressed the belief that if Sanwoolu is voted in, he would be able to use his experience to do more to improve the status of Lagos and the lives of its residents.

The election comes up this Saturday, March 18, 2023 across the state and other states of Nigeria.  

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