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Lagos: My plan for Ifako-Ijaiye at the House of Reps-PDP Candidate, Fateema Mohammed
Hon. Fateema Mohammed

Lagos: My plan for Ifako-Ijaiye at the House of Reps-PDP Candidate, Fateema Mohammed

Businesswoman and Socialite, Fateema Mohammed who is the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Candidate for the December 3, 2016 House of Representatives  Ifako-Ijaiye Constituency bye election has revealed that she wants to take the area from the bottom to the top in terms of development

Ms Mohammed who has been running  a foundation, Parchinos ( which in Italian means giving a new lease of life) for many years,  noted that she was moved by the plight of the people of the area to offer herself for service. She stated that though she has been involved in Lagos State and national politics for years, she decided to run this time around because she believes it is time for good people to get involved.

According to her “I am not a hungry person, I have my own business, I live well be the grace of God, so my only motivation is to serve. I have lived in this area for a number of years, I have seen what those who have gone to Abuja had done. They have given us zero representation, and that was why I told my party the PDP that if men cannot do it, a woman can actually shake up things and give Ifako Ijaiye the respect it deserves.

“This Local Government is in the heart of Lagos, it is not supposed to be in this state, we have no federal presence, I know I have the clout to attract the right kinds of investments and infrastructure from the Federal Government. I am not a novice, a lot of the people in the House are people I already know either through PDP or through my foundation, so it will be easy to get things done and elevate the living standards here in Ifako Ijaiye. I am ready to bring the much needed change to Ifako-Ijaiye we are tired of the same old party in the LGA, we need change and I believe change will soon come.

Asked if she feels the PDP which is a minority party stands a chance, a charged up Ms Mohammed said “This election will be more about personalities, I have paid my dues in this locality, and I know that many people will remember the lives I have touched when they go the polls. I am very optimistic that the PDP will win the seat on Saturday, December 3, 2016.I urge all my teeming supporters to vote for proven integrity and competence”

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