After spending 5 days in Chibok, Jonathan will know the meaning of bondage – Gov. Fashola

by Damilola Jagun

Lagos state governor, President Goodluck Jonathan, has reacted to the recent statement by President Goodluck Jonathan, saying that Lagosians will be free from bondage when the Peoples Democratic Party, wins Lagos state from the All Progressives Congress.

The president had made the utterances during a recent meeting with leaders of market women groups, “Iyalojas”, in Lagos.

However, Governor Fashola, in his reaction over the weekend in lekki, said: “Lagos is not in bondage”, adding that “It is an un-presidential statement made in an act of desperation.”

Speaking further, he said: “The question to ask him (Jonathan) is that if he had come to free residents of Lagos from bondage and he lived here for five days meeting with people and distributing money in dollars. That means he lived in bondage in five days while trying to free people.”

“If he can live here for five days moving with patrol vehicles that we paid for, let him go and spend five days in Chibok and he will know what bondage is,” he added.

Comments (5)

  1. Governor Fashola is a great man, Jona us so childish.

  2. Has fashola or any of them gone to chibok themselves to show solidarity with the chibok indigenes, lagos has been in bondage long enough in d hands of jagabans and his crew.

  3. Fashola has gone gaga
    In fact APC has lost my vote
    I will Vote PDP because GEJ represents freedom, progress and Humility
    Thank you

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