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Sanwo-Olu Leads Progressive Governors in Productive Meeting

ByWeb Manager

Jul 6, 2023

Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State has underscored the importance of sustained collective efforts to drive positive change and enhance governance for the betterment of Nigeria. During a recent meeting of the Progressives Governors Forum, the governor emphasized that this was the core purpose of the gathering.

Governor Sanwo-Olu revealed that the forum, comprising governors from the All Progressives Congress (APC), engaged in constructive discussions on critical issues impacting their respective states. Furthermore, they explored innovative ideas and strategies aimed at fostering progress and development.

The meeting provided a platform for the APC governors to address pressing matters and share insights to address the diverse challenges faced by their states. It served as an avenue for collaboration, knowledge exchange, and the formulation of effective policies to drive positive change.

Governor Sanwo-Olu’s statement underscores the commitment of the APC governors to work collectively towards achieving meaningful transformation and ensuring the well-being of citizens across Nigeria. Their discussions and deliberations reflect their dedication to innovative governance practices and the pursuit of progress for the nation as a whole.

Sanwo-Olu in a tweet on his official twitter handle wrote:

Babajide Sanwo-Olu @jidesanwoolu
Honoured to join my esteemed colleagues at the Progressive Governors Forum and APC National Working Committee meeting today.

We discussed crucial matters affecting our states and explored innovative ideas for progress.

As a big advocate of collaborative ideation and partnerships among state governors, I believe these meetings are very important as our collective efforts continue to drive positive change and enhance governance for the benefit of all.

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