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ROAD TO ALAUSA 2015: Leke Pitan woes electorate with free health care programme

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Leke Pitan and his team attending to a patient during the Medical Mission

Leke Pitan and his team attending to a patient during the Medical Mission

As the 2015 Lagos gubernatorial election draws nearer intending contestants continue to woe the electorate with one trick after another.

In the past few weeks, no less than 12 high profile aspirants have indicated their intention to contest both from within the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and All Progressives Congress (APC); indicating a serious battle ahead.

As it is, it won’t be wrong to concluded that Lagos will host one of the biggest election battles especially as the race gathers momentum.

Interestingly, one man who is believed to be in the forefront of the desperate politicking to get to Alausa by all means come 2015 is APC’s Dr. Leke Pitan.

Pitan, seems to be hell bent on canvasing the votes of the masses, as he recently launched a medical mission initiative which is reportedly holding across the 20 Local Governments and 37 Local Council Development Areas (LCDAs) of the State.

Although supposedly organised and funded by his group of friends under the acronym “Leke Pitan and Friends”, the man is hoping to impact on the teeming Lagos populace, as the election draws nearer, even as he hopes they pay back on the dee day.

Meanwhile, reactions have been trail Pitan’s Medical Mission.

Speaking in a chat with www.theoctopusnews.com, Dagogo Badru wondered if it was not too coincidental that Pitan and his friends are coming out on a Medical Mission at this particular time? Badru, went on to ask where Pitan has been all this while that it is when he has a political ambition that he suddenly remembered the people.

From Alimosho Local Government to Egbeda, Idimu, Ikotun, Ipaja and Ayobo Pitan and his gang continue to storm these areas in anticipation for only one thing the votes of the masses, hiding behind his Medical Mission.

The Medical Mission is expected to cover all the remaining LGAs before it winds up by September 12.

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