Lagos State Deputy Governor said she voted for Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu during the Governorship Primaries as it was the decision of All Progressives Congress (APC) members in the state.
Dr Idiat Oluranti Adebule said party members in Iba Local Council Development Area constituency where she cast her vote also voted in line with the dictates of the party.
According to her, the supremacy of the party on the primary is sacrosanct, adding that she totally aligned with the dictate and position of the party, promising that she would support whoever emerged as the winner of the primary election.
‘’ I have no doubt that anybody that emerged today as the candidate of the party will have my support, I have no doubt as exhibited by my people today that they are standing with the party’s position on this primary and with that position I stand,” Adebule said.
The deputy governor commended party members and the party electoral body for making the exercise free, fair and violent-free.
She gave the assurance that she would stand by the outcome of the primary and follow the dictate of the party, adding that the supremacy of the party is very important in any political decision.
“I stand and I choose to stay with my party at this time, my party has spoken and I have no doubt to state that on the position of the party I stand, It is a very clear election as you can see, people are voting in line with the dictates of the party.
“We have voted for the person who the leaders of the party have chosen. It is an overwhelming experience as you can see it and we will continue to support the party and abide by its rules,” she said.
Adebule expressed his appreciation to the people of the state for supporting Gov. Akinwunmi Ambode-led administration, assuring them that the state government would not relent in improving on the infrastructure development of the state in line with the vision of an all-inclusive and good governance.
At the Ward, Voters accreditation started at exactly 10:38 as the electoral officials arrived and the deputy governor cast her vote along with other party members.
By our correspondent