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No Country Becomes Democratically Strong, Without a Very Strong Institution

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No country becomes democratically strong, without very strong institutions, one of which is the political parties.

We always hear about the rights of democracy, but the major responsibility of it is participation. – Wynton Marsalis

It is base on this premise that, I implore and encourage all Lagosians most especially the youth, to come all out for the membership registration of our great party the All Progressives Congress {APC}.

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I encourage you to join the progressive train in order to continue supporting our youth friendly Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu ‘s administration and vision #ForAGreaterLagos.

We must also continue to remind ourselves that Covid19 is real. We must understand that defeating the pandemic is crucial to attainments of the numerous developmental strides we expect from our government.

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Let us all act like the proverbial bird that said “since human has learned to shoot without missing, he has also learned to fly without perching”.

Since this virus keeps lingering, we must be intentional in defeating it, by adhering strictly to all the safety procedures.

Covid19 is a common enemy. We will defeat the dreaded virus and rise from it in all ramifications afterwards.

Thanks for reading

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