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2023: Retired DCP joins Lagos governorship race

Pastor Peter Obayuwana, a retired Deputy Controller of Prisons (DCP), has announced his desire to run for governor of Lagos State on the platform of the Accord Party.

Obayuwana declared his intention on Wednesday at the party’s secretariat in Lagos, saying that if elected in the 2023 general elections, he will put an end to exploitation and misappropriation of public monies.

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He promised to make state agencies such as the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA), Task Force, and others more open to the public and serve them without fear, intimidation, or exploitation.

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“My heart aches, at the failed social systems. I am disgusted with corrupt, incompetent government, stealing, exploiting the masses and abuse of human rights.

“We deserve better deals and benefits of democracy. Lagos State is different from other states. We dream it bigger, we grow it bigger and we build it bigger.

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“In this coming election, I will not ask for your hard earned money, but only for your vote to elect me governor of the people.

“To achieve a government of the people and by the people, which will work for the people, a true democracy, I hereby plead for your vote,” Obayuwana said.



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