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    Lagos The governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Lagos
    State, Mr Akinwunmi Ambode yesterday urged residents of the state, especially
    the party’s supporters, to remain calm and
    avoid violence, following the postponement of the general elections.

    Ambode gave the advice while addressing supporters at the campaign rally of the APC
    in Alimosho area of the state.
    The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Saturday announced the rescheduling of the general elections from February 14 and Feb.
    28 to March 28 and April 11, citing advice from security agencies.

    The Chairman of the commission, Prof. Attahiru Jega said that Presidential and National
    Assembly elections earlier slated for Feb. 14
    would now hold on March 28.
    He said that the governorship and House of Assembly
    polls previously scheduled for Feb. 28 had been shifted to April 11.

    “We have resolved not to change our minds and we are also happy that all our members have resolved to be calm against all odds,” Ambode said.

    He said that the party would increase its campaign despite the
    change in election dates.
    “We will go on house to house and neighbourhood to neighbourhood campaign.
    “We will not relent, come March 28, vote for Buhari as the president and on April 11, vote me as your governor; I will not disappoint you,” he said.
    Ambode promised to consolidate on the achievements of Gov. Babatunde Fashola and his predecessor, Sen. Bola Tinubu.
    He promised to complete the Abesan mini stadium to international standard, if elected governor.
    Ambode said that he would make the state’s economy more viable.
    Also speaking, Fashola advised the electorate to shun every form of violence that could ruffle the system.
    He urged the residents to be patient and to also obtain their Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) to be able to vote for candidates of their choice.
    Fashola appealed to residents to vote for Ambode in order to sustain the development efforts of the state.

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