The Lagos State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party(PDP), has scored the performance of Governor Akinwunmi Ambode in his first 100 days in office as very low.
The assessment was made by the Publicity Secretary of the Lagos PDP, Mr. Taofik Gani, who told The Punch that the governor had been fighting his predecessor, Babatunde Fashola and had made no impact on the people of Lagos.
The PDP spokesman, lamented how Ambode revoked several of Fashola’s policies and contracts.
He said rather than rubbish Fashola in the media, Ambode should launch a sincere and thorough probe of the Fashola administration with a view to exposing all shady deals that took place under Fashola and then forward a petition to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission.
He said, “Ambode’s performance has been dismal. I will score him 20 per cent and the 20 per cent is the achievement of the civil servants who have continued to work. The 20 per cent is not because of Ambode’s personal input.
“He has failed to appoint commissioners despite the fact that his predecessor is a fellow APC member like himself. His government should have hit the ground running.
“I advise him to first and foremost apologise to Lagosians for misleading them during the elections. Obviously, he was not prepared for governance.
“Ambode’s only achievement is fighting Fashola and he has not even done that properly. The people of Lagos want a complete probe of Fashola’s administration after which Ambode would forward a petition to the relevant anti-corruption agencies.
“After doing that, Ambode should face governance. What he is doing now is diversionary and it is inimical to the development of the state.”
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