Hon.(Prince) Bisi Yusuff, Lagos State House of Assembly member representing Alimosho Constituency 01, has commended his Constituents for their support, loyalty and dedication in the past year despite the challenges witnessed, assuring them of more government presence in 2019.
Yusuff stated that despite the challenges faced by the APC led federal government at the centre due to years of misrule by the PDP between 1999-2015, added that the ruling government at all levels will continue to put in place programmes that will impact positively on the Lives of Nigerians.
“We recorded remarkable achievements in 2018 particularly in my Constituency Alimosho 01, when Governor Akinwunmi Ambode commissioned 21 roads in one day with overhead bridges. This development came on the heels of requests gathered during the different editions of ” Constituency Stakeholders Meeting ” organized by the Lagos State House of Assembly which was collated and presented to the Executive.
” There are new grounds to be covered in the new year. I will continue to be your voice on the floor of the Assembly and be involved in making laws and resolutions that will have positive impacts on the lives the residents and Lagosians at large”.
“While I remain committed to your course as your representative, I urge you as we move into 2019 which is an election year, to come out en masse and vote for the candidates of All Progressives Congress ( APC) from the Presidential, Senatorial, House of Representatives, Governorship and State House of Assembly”.
“Let’s pray for Nigeria in the New Year for a smooth transition from civilian government to another and also for peace in our nation and polity,so that democracy will continue to thrive in our Land” .
“I want to reiterate it and assure you that in 2019 the progressive government at the state level will work more assiduously to ensure that its programmes will prosper more Lagosians and make Life more meaningful to all. I wish all constituents of Alimosho 01 and Lagosians generally a prosperous and fulfilling 2019.