AKINSANYA URGES LAGOSIANS TO VOTE FOR CONTINUITY
By: Kuni G. Isaac
The Executive Chairman, Igando-Ikotun Local Council Development Area, (LCDA), Senior Comrade Lasisi Ayinde Akinsanya has urged Lagos residents to cast their vote for the state Governor, Mr. Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu and other All Progressives Congress (APC) candidates in the forthcoming general elections in the country.
The council helmsman stated this at Elera Eko Mega Promo for Ikeja Division residents of the state, organized by Lagos State Health Management Agency (LASHMA) held at Ikotun Junior High School, Ikotun, Lagos,, today.
Commending the state Governor, Mr.Sanwo-Olu on Ilera-Eko initiative which is a subsidized Health Insurance Scheme for Lagos residents, Akinsanya said the Governor deserved a massive votes for his re-election and other APC candidates both at the state and Federal levels during the 2023 general elections for sustainability of scheme.
The initiative which is headed by the Lagos State Health Management Agency (LASHMA), was created to bring quality healthcare services to the good people of Lagos State at all levels. The Ilera Eko Health Insurance Scheme consists of various affordable plans for the residents of the state and is also affiliated with various hospitals across the the state.
In his address, Lagos State Commissioner for Health, Professor Akin Abayomi who was represented by Special Adviser on Health, Dr. Tunde Ajayi advised Lagosians to key into the initiative advantage.
Dignitaries at the event are; Lagos State Commissioner for Health, Professor Akin Abayomi who was represented by Special Adviser on Health, Dr. Tunde Ajayi, LASHMA General Manager, Dr Emmanuella Zamba, Vice Chairman Igando-Ikotun, Hon. Mojisola Badmos, Igando-Ikotun Council Manager, Mr. Samsideen Odeleye, LASHMA Sales Manager, Mr Olukayode Ogunbaye.
Others are Vice Chairman, Oshodi-Isolo, Representatives of Executive Chairmen, Onigbogbo, Shomolu, Alimosho, Mosan-Okunola LGAs/LCDAs among others.
Other side attractions like dance competition raffle draws were done at the event. Various participants went home with different gifts including free health insurance service for one year, power banks, phones, television, generator and a mini-bus (Korope).