‘Lagosians know what they’ll be missing if we don’t continue’ — Sanwo-Olu speaks on second term
Babajide Sanwo-Olu, governor of Lagos, says Lagosians will know what they will be missing if his administration is not allowed a second term.
Speaking on Channels Television’s Sunrise Daily on Friday, Sanwo-Olu said his government is trying to do its best and meet the expectations of citizens and also finish his first term “strong”.
He said when the time comes, he would ask questions, consult stakeholders on what they want and the way forward.
“As you speak, we have done about two-thirds of our time; about 66.7 percent because we count it every day. The field is not open yet but for me, it is about ensuring that these four years that I have, I promise my citizens to put every bit of my sweat into it,” Sanwo-Olu said.
“I will ask, I will consult. Citizens, how do you see it? These are some of the things; that’s how you get it down. Try and finish very strong. You know when it is time for us to do all the politicking we will do it.
“I think we are doing a very good job if I dare say so. I think the citizens know what it is they will be missing if they don’t let us continue to wrap up all the things we are doing.” (The Cable)