The result of the state’s gubernatorial election on Saturday was “shocking” and “not a reflection of the party’s worth,” according to Dr. Olajide Adediran, also known as Jandor, the Lagos State Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Governorship Candidate. “.
At a Monday press conference held at his campaign office in Ikeja, Adediran responded to the election results and vowed to see it through to the end before announcing his next course of action.
An election, he insisted, is a process rather than an event. Since we intend to follow the election process all the way through, residents have not seen the last of the Saturday poll. “.
Adediran asserts the following.
“It is very upsetting to see some leaders imposing their will on others.
“We need to make sure that everyone is aware that Saturday’s election marked the conclusion of another process (in the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC timetable for the 2023 elections), and that process is still ongoing.
When we see this process come to an end, we will know what to do. There is still more of it to come. The election is a process, not an event, even though a candidate has supposedly been declared the winner.
So, before announcing the party’s decision, we will wait for this to be resolved.
“We entered this election up against all Lagos State principalities. We actually ran against some of our PDP leaders in this election, as well as against INEC, the Police, the APC, and the APC itself.
“We are incredibly proud of ourselves for being able to fight back and free Lagos on our own as lone rangers. “.
Adediran, pointing out some irregularities in the process, claimed that the election on Saturday had taken on the characteristics of a battle and that the majority of PDP agents and those of other opposition parties had been driven from the polling places.
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