The President of Lagos Archdiocese Catholic Men Organization of Nigeria (LACMON), Barrister Vincent Otiono has commended the efforts of the Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu on the way and manner he has been piloting the affairs of the State “in this crucial period, when we are confronted with an invincible enemy known as the Coronavirus Pandemic, a global enemy that cannot be negotiated with.”
Barrister Vincent Otiono added in a press release, which he personally signed, that the Governor has exhibited a high sense of character and qualitative leadership, saying that his job rating by the residents of Lagos is very high.
He further thanked the Governor on the handling of Abule Ado fire explosions and asked him not to forget the suffering masses, who he said lost their homes and properties to the fire disaster.
He pleaded with the Governor to, as a matter of priority, establish a food bank and other provide other palliative measures in Abule Ado, which he said is now a semblance of a Syrian town known as Aleppo.
“The people of Abule Ado are battling with a twin disaster of explosions and Coronavirus pandemic,’ he said.
He prayed that “Christ, our leader will continue to guide our Governor and grant him good health of mind and body to be able to tackle the enormous tasks confronting the state at this period of our existence.”
Barrister Otiono revealed in the release that about 40 of his members lost their properties and means of livelihood to the explosion in Abule Ado.
Otiono stated that Abule Ado victims needed food and humanitarian materials urgently so that they wouldn’t suffer during the lockdown of Lagos over Coronavirus crisis.