Jandor’s Campaign DG Steps Down Days To Lagos Governorship Election
The Director General of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Governorship Campaign Council in Lagos State, Seye Dairo, has reportedly resigned from his position days before the March 18 elections.
Naija News reports that Dairo made this known in his resignation letter dated 15th March 2023 titled: “RESIGNATION LETTER AS THE DIRECTOR GENERAL OF THE LAGOS STATE GUBERNATORIAL CAMPAIGNCOUNCIL (JANDOR4GOVERNOR 2023).
In the letter, Dairo said he has diligently worked tirelessly day and night since the inauguration of the campaign council and it is now time for him to leave.
He appreciated the PDP governorship candidate in Lagos, Abdulazeez Olajide Adediran, popularly known as Jandor, for the time and opportunity to have worked with him and the entire campaign team.
He said: “Please accept this as my formal resignation letter as the Director General of The Jandor for Governor Campaign Council.
“I have diligently worked tirelessly day and night since the inauguration of the campaign council.
“I appreciate the time and opportunity to have worked with you and the entire campaign team but I have to formally take my leave now and I hope this decision meets you well.
“I wish you all the best in your endeavours. Thanks and God bless.”
See the photos of the letter below.
Jandor Speaks On Collapsing PDP Structure For Another Governorship Candidate In Lagos
In a related development, Adediran has debunked media reports of the PDP partnering or forming an alliance with another political party in the state.
Naija News reports that Adeniran stated this while addressing a press conference in Lagos on Thursday ahead of the March 18th governorship election in the state.
Jandor reiterated that he has not stepped down for any gubernatorial candidate in the state and will not step down for anyone.
He urged supporters to adhere to the direction of the PDP presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, by coming out en mass to vote in the forthcoming election.
Jador added that PDP lovers should disregard the rumours of stepping down or forming an alliance with another party.