Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State has reminded Lagosians of what they will be missing if they fail to re-elect him for a second term in office.
Speaking during a Channels TV interview on Friday, the governor stated that his administration is planning to reduce gridlock in Lagos, create more employment and investment opportunities in the state.
According to the governor, these visions can only manifest if his second term dream comes alive.
In his words, Sanwo-Olu said: “I believe we are doing a very good job. I will let the people decide. The citizens know what they will be missing if they don’t allow us wrap up what we’re doing.
“That is the plan, that is the vision and how you need to be looking at it strategically is how efficient are people on the road, how much of journey times can we reduce.
“The vision is to reduce traffic time, reduce gridlock on the road and be able to do what we call a better journey planning where you can predict pretty much that this journey is going to take you 25 minutes it is going to take you 30 minutes, it is not the one you get stuck on the roads that we have right now and you are there for two/three hours.”