The Governor-Elect of Lagos State, Akinwunmi Ambode has released photographs of his participation and attendance of Governor Rotimi Amaechi‘s book launch. The book is titled Dynamics of Change: The Amaechi Years and is authored by Dr. Chidi Amuta. The book launch which held recently at the Civic Centre in Lagos was also attended by Nobel Laurette Wole Soyinka, APC National Leader Bola Ahmed Tinubu, Governor Amosun and other dignitaries.
While releasing the pictures on his official social media account, Akinwunmi Ambode wrote;
The Governor-elect of Lagos State, Akinwunmi Ambode, among other dignitaries was at the launching of a book titled, “Dynamics of Change: The Amaechi Years”, written by Dr. Chidi Amuta, edited by Dr. Yomi Ogunbiyi, with a foreward written by Professor Wole Soyinka. The event held at the Civic Centre, Lagos.
After being out of public glare, the Lagos State governor-elect, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode attended some public functions during the week. The governor-elect has been holding series of meetings with cross sections of the society, captains of industry, community and political leaders in what his aides described as preparing ground for providing effective and pragmatic leadership and to be well equipped with myriads of challenges facing the state. “You know being a man of his words, the governor-elect wants to make sure that his campaign promises are met. He also wants to ensure that all Lagosians have sense of belonging in his administration. That is why he is holding meetings with cross sections of citizens across the state. Campaigns and elections are over; Mr. Ambode will be the governor of all Lagosians irrespective of party, religious and ethnic affiliations”, one of the aides said. On Wednesday, the governor-elect made public appearance at the Funeral Service for the mother of the Anglican Bishop of Lagos, Bishop Adebola Ademowo. Mr. Ambode was one of the dignitaries who graced the occasion to pay their last respects to the lady who is renowned for her humility and service. #ekoonibaje #itesiwajueko #ambo2015