Akinwunmi Ambode, the governor-elect of the Lagos state, promised to follow the way of the leaving governor Babatunde Fashola.
While answering to the journalists at his polling centre, governor-elect assures Lagosians that only a few of the roads have been banned and not all roads, he said he is not considering removing Okadas (commercial motorcycle) from the road as it is the livelihood of some Lagosians.
He said: “ Okada have not been taken off the streets of Lagos, the only thing is that I’ve been restricted in some parts of Lagos .”
Also speaking if he will increase school fees of students in the state, the Ambode said he is not planning on increasing school fees.
The All Progressives Congress governorship aspirant, Ambode has won the Lagos state gubernatorial election on April 11, Saturday.
His key opponent, the governorship candidate of PDP, Jimi Agbaje, has called to congratulate the governor-elect, Ambode.
Ambode had defeated Agbaje after securing 811,994 votes against Agbaje’s 659,788 votes.

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