January 28, 2021

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Lagos East: SDP Senatorial Aspirant makes Mouthwatering Promises

A senatorial aspirant of Social Democratic Party (SDP) for Lagos East bye election, Hon. Idowu Imoleayo Shola has promised to provide skill acquisition centres for engagement of the talented unemployed across the zone if elected.

Imoleayo, a former candidate of the recently deregistered Alliance for Democracy (AD) for Kosofe federal constituency on 2019 general election, who disclosed this in a statement issued by his media assistant Ambassador Ebenezer Ogunowo, assured other welfare packages and judicious utilisation of constituency project funds and others for the benefit of all.

The convener of a national political organization, Grassroots Youths Democratic Forum of Nigeria (GYDFON), said he would never let down youths across the five local government areas in the Lagos east senatorial district since they implored him to join the contest to facilitate more development, defend their interest, make good laws and general welfare of the country.

“I am a youth. I have been at the forefront of youth skill development and advancement. As a leader of a national youth organisation, I had contributed and still contributing my qaurter in the national development. That was why I had no choice than to yield to the calls by my people to represent them. Youths, men and women of worth from our five local government areas have approached me to join the contest. I can’t deny them their rights and privileges. I will go to serve them.

“I am going their to join others in the red chamber to make better laws for overall socio economic development of Nigeria. I will defend the interest of youth by ensuring that only policies and laws that will not be detriment to their advancement in business, talents, skills development and others. In Lagos East specifically, aside facilitating development to the zone, I will provide skill acquisition centres at all the local government areas for training and engaging youth to become self sufficient and employers of labour,” he maintained.