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Please Tell The Younger Ones How Lagos Used To Be Before Tinubu Came To Power In 1999 & How It Is Today 

The Spokesman of the APC campaign organization, Festus Keyamo has begun his job in earnest barely 24 hours after taking up the responsibilities of managing the image of the party.

The Minister of Labour and Employment was announced yesterday by the presidential candidate of the All Progressive Congress, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu in Abuja as the party mouthpiece ahead of 2023 general election.

As part of his job, Keyamo was on Channels TV Politics Today on Friday to attend to several issues bothering on the party and the government in which he is part of.

Asked if Tinubu is ready to campaign on President Muhammadu Buhari’s legacies, Keyamo said they are proud of Buhari’s legacies. According to him, the present government has achieved a lot with the little resources available in its possession.

Similarly, while responding to questions if Tinubu has the capacity to fix Nigeria compared to the enormity of challenges currently facing the country and also if he has the chance to defeat other strong contenders like Peter Obi of Labour and Atiku Abubakar of the People’s Democratic Party, Keyamo gave a strong assurance to Nigerians.

According to the legal luminary, Tinubu is the most credible and qualified presidential candidate to rule Nigeria at this time.

He said when it comes to record, his record of achievement in Lagos has spoken for him. He asked Seun Okinbaloye and other older people to explain to the younger generation how Lagos used to be before Bola Tinubu was elected as Governor in 1999.

He revealed that Lagos was nothing to write home about before Tinubu took over. The state had internally generated revenue of about 50 million naira monthly. But Tinubu increased the IGR from that figure to over 50billion naira monthly before he left.

The minister stated that subsequent governors after Tinubu are still building on his legacies. That is why he is asking the younger generation to go and check out what Lagos used to be before 1999 and how it is today.

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