Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Don’t impose your daughter on market women –PDP

Former Governor of Lagos State, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, has been asked to rescind his decision to impose his daughter, Shade Tinubu-Ojo, as the new leader of market women in the state.

Peoples Democratic Party, in a statement on Monday by its Lagos Publicity Secretary, Taofik Gani, urged him to allow democracy to prevail in the selection of a new leader.
“You should allow the simple tenets of democracy to prevail in the selectionof a new leader for the market women, more so as there is no cogent evidence that the nominee is a full-time market woman,” the statement said.
The former governor had allegedly announced the choice during the eighth day Firdau prayer for his mother and former leader of Association of MarketWomen and Men of Nigeria, Alhaja Abibat Mogaji.
The statement said, “The former governor plans to confirm this choice tomarket leaders at a meeting he has summoned for Tuesday (today) at his residence.
“This new development portends great danger for our democracy and indeedLagos’ integrity. We are thus calling on Governor Babatunde Fashola not to siton the fence at this auspicious time.”

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