Ikuforiji urges Epe indigenes to pray for Ambode’s second term bid

Governor Akinwunmi Ambode’s kinsmen have resolved to take the battle to God in prayers as opposition to his second term bid mounts.

An indication to this effect came from Mr. Adeyemi Ikuforiji, a former Speaker, Lagos State House of Assembly, as he urged Epe indigenes to pray that Ambode successfully clinches the All Progressives Congress’ ticket at the governorship direct primary scheduled for September 29.

Ikuforiji made the appeal at the grand finale of Kayokayo festival in Epe on Saturday night.

Epe is the hometown of Ambode.

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the state’s Governor’s Advisory Council, the highest decision-making body of the APC in Lagos, met on Saturday night where it resolved that the chapter must hold a primary election to determine its governorship candidate.

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The decision may have removed the hopes that the party would clear the coast for Ambode’s bid by asking his challengers to…

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