Sanwo-Olu promises impactful governance, steadfast leadership


Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu has wished Nigerians, especially Lagosians, a prosperous New Year. He urged them to continue to live in peace and harmony and be law-abiding.

Sanwo-Olu, in his New Year message, assured residents that bigger and greater things will happen in 2023.

The governor said his administration is committed to impacting their lives in the New Year with legacy and iconic projects.

He said 2023 is the year his government will act with speed to deliver more dividends of good governance.

“I wish every Lagosian a Happy New Year. We are thankful to God for the grace to see the New Year and we welcome 2023 with hope and faith.  “Last year was a year of great strides for us. It was indeed a year that pushed us to constantly restrategise and act with wisdom.

‘’This year, we will deliver more dividends of governance. As your governor, I promise to continue to deliver steadfast leadership that will lead to an even better life for Lagosians,” the governor promised. 

Sanwo-Olu urged Lagosians to perform their civic responsibilities during 2023 elections and National Population and Housing Census this year.

“This year is very important for our country because it is a year for the elections. It is also a year for National Population and Housing Census.

‘’So, we all have to be on the same page. We have a responsibility to perform our civisc role in these activities,” he advised. 

He added: “Year 2023 will be our blessed year. It will bring better things for us. Lagos is rising; may we not fall back.

‘’Lagos is moving forward, may Lagos not fall back. As Lagos is doing a lot of great things; we will not be victims of accidents, we will not be victims of kidnapping, and we will not be victims of disaster.

“Lagos is moving forward. We are going higher and higher. I want to congratulate every one for making it to 2023 and I pray that we will celebrate another one next year in good health and with a lot of great things. We thank God for us. We wish you a peaceful year.”


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