APC Lagos spokesperson declares interest in House of Representatives

The Congress of all progressives The (APC) spokesman in Lagos state, Seye Oladejo, has declared his intention to run for the Mushin II federal constituency in the House of Representatives. Mr Oladejo declared his intention on Saturday before some APC members, market leaders, artisans, friends and associates at Archbishop Aggey Memorial School, Ilasamaja, Mushin, Lagos. The former state Commissioner for Special Duties and Intergovernmental Relations said his passion for public service and the need to provide quality service to the people were behind his ambition. Mr. Oladejo, who was also Secretary and former Chairman of the Mushin local government, promised to provide qualitative, insightful, visible and results-oriented representation if elected. “As a man with a passion for public service, I am inspired by the courage and achievements of all the leaders who charted the path of development for the Mushin II Federal Constituency,” he said. “I have decided to challenge myself on what to do for my constituency, the state and the country. “For more than two decades, I have proven beyond a reasonable doubt that I am someone who can be trusted in public office. I have demonstrated responsibility and transparency in the service at the local and state level.” Oladejo pointed out that his experience in public communication and media relations led the party to choose him as secretary of publicity in 2019. “Now, I think it is about time I gave in to my constituents’ wake-up call to represent the Mushin II federal constituency in the House of Representatives in 2023. “I will also draw on the expertise of the best hands in the Mushin II federal constituency to bring desired representation in every sense of the word to my constituents,” he said. Mr. Oladejo said that if elected, he will dedicate efforts to ensure that the Federal Government recognizes the 37 Local Council Development Areas (LCDA). Speaking at the event, Olayinka Oladunjoye, former Commissioner of Education in Lagos State, expressed his support for Mr. Oladejo’s candidacy. ALSO READ: APC inaugurates excos in Lagos Ms. Oladunjoye said that she was confident that the applicant would be a good representative of the people. Speaking on behalf of the Igbo community, Chris Ekwilo said that Mr Oladejo brought non-Yoruba speaking residents with him when he was head of the council. Similarly, Hussein Abdullahi, president of the Arewa community in Mushin LGA, said that the community fully supported Mr. Oladejo’s aspiration. (YAYA) Read More Related News Here Let here it in the comment below if you do have an opinion on this; APC Lagos spokesperson declares interest in House of Representatives