I Didn’t Buy N187m Official Vehicle, Sanwo-olu Replies PDP

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The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Lagos State section on Sunday depicted as heartless the supposed buy of N187m Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) as an official vehicle by Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu.

The gathering in an announcement by Gani Taofik, its Publicity Secretary additionally chided the senator for not making open his benefits assertion.

Notwithstanding, in a quick response, the senator has denied the charges saying PDP is displaying indications of long haul sorrow, including that the representative has not obtained any official vehicle since he was initiated.

According to the PDP, “for Mr. Sanwo- Olu, the governor to buy N187M worth as official vehicle is prodigal, insensitive and not humble beginning at all, especially at this period that the residents need the abandoned projects completed and the provision of improved welfare services”.

Guiding the senator, the Lagos PDP exhorted Sanwo-Olu to make open his advantages and furthermore a show responsibility to sacrificial administration without any inclination for individual advancement.

“The PDP posits that IF Mr. Sanwoolu does not on his own make public, information of his declared Assets for Lagosians to know and verify within seven days, the party shall compel him to be morally responsive to Lagosians by adopting the FOI Act to get the said information”.

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Responding to the PDP’s claim, Gboyega Akosile, Deputy Chief Press Secretary said contrary to the PDP’s claim, the current car used by the governor was purchased a year ago.

“The People’s Democratic Party in Lagos State has started exhibiting signs of long term depression by joining the infamous league of fake news promoters. As a major political party, one will expect the PDP to be more circumspect in its criticism of the State Governor especially along the line of progress and development for the State and not reducing itself to the purveyor of fake news”.

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“For the avoidance of doubt, His Excellency, the Governor of Lagos State, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu did not buy a #187m SUV as his official vehicle. In fact, the Governor has not procured any vehicle for official use. The vehicle the Governor uses, if that’s what the PDP is referring to was purchased almost a year ago and it certainly is not N187m. The PDP needs to check well before coming out with fallacious claims next time”.

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“On the issue of assets declaration. This shows clearly that the party and its members are delusional. Although while it’s not legally mandatory for Governor Sanwo-Olu to make his Assets Declaration public, he is certainly not perturbed about the request. The PDP should know by now that it’s a choice”.

“However, Governor Sanwo-Olu will not be dragged into matters that have no direct positive impact on the lives of the people of Lagos State, therefore the PDP should keep its unsolicited advice and concentrate on putting its already collapsed house in order if it hopes to be relevant in the political firmament of Lagos State now or in the future” he said



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