Ahead of the March 11 governorship election, Tope AbdurRazaq Balogun, the gubernatorial candidate of the Action Alliance (AA) in Lagos State, says if elected into power, his administration will prioritise equity and comfort for residents.
TOP MEDIA reports that according to Balogun, every government should show interest in the comfort of the people, adding that it will prevent the ongoing brain drain in the country.
The Epe-born youthful politician spoke recently at a town-hall meeting organised by the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC).
“If the government can actually establish things that will give people comfort, so many of these (human) rights would have been protected,” Balogun said.
“The major problem we are having as Lagosians is that there is an unattended focus on the issue of our education system where we have overpopulated classes leading to poor teaching and learning activities. This is why mass accessible education is important, with that, we will be solving the problem of thuggery.”
He added that his party will delve into social justice to enact laws that will favour the people and reduce cases of unjust trial and lengthy detention of innocent persons.