2023: Saraki woos delegates, pledges special status for Lagos
Written by on May 10, 2022
A former Senate President, Dr Bukola Saraki, on Monday evening wooed Lagos State PDP delegates for their votes, ahead of the May 28 and May 29 presidential primary election of the party.
Saraki, who along with team, met with PDP leaders at Ikeja, said that if elected as the next president, Lagos State would be given a special attention as an investment destination in the country.
The former governor of Kwara said that Nigeria needed a president with action and courage to stand and take some very bold decisions to reposition the nation.
He promised to work on security, youth unemployment and economy, adding that efforts would be made to standardise the nation’s ports and build more.
According to him, in term of the economy, private sector, and others, Saraki has the capacity, youthfulness, experience and courage to rescue Nigeria.
The meeting was attended by Lagos PDP state and local government executives committees, some PDP zonal leaders, governorship aspirants and other leaders.
Saraki had earlier visited the state and had a closed-door meeting with a former PDP Deputy National Chairman, Chief Bode George.