The Lagos State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has urged residents to support Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu as he is sworn-in as the next executive governor of the state on Wednesday.
The Assistant Publicity Secretary of the party in the state, Mr Abiodun Salami, made the appeal in an interview with the Newsmen on Tuesday in Lagos.
Hesaid the party was sure that the administration of Sanwo-Olu would consolidate on the strides recorded in the state, but cooperation of all was needed to enable in-coming government succeed.
Salami urged residents to support the Sanwo-Olu administration with ideas, any by performing their civil obligations, obeying the laws, and keying into its policies and programmes.
The Assistant Publicity Secretary described Sanwo-Olu as a tested and trusted hand in governance, assuring residents he would not disappoint in the delivery of his electoral promises.
“As Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu is sworn-in tomorrow, we urge all Lagosians to give his administration all the support to enable him succeed.”
“Sanwo-Olu is a man ideas, he is experienced in governance, he knows his onions and he is passionate about a better Lagos.
“We have no doubt he will deliver on his promises; he will not disappoint the people. But residents need to support his administration.
“We need to support him with ideas, by paying our taxes and obeying the laws. We should support the policies and programmes of his administration.
“This is the only way to build a better Lagos, the Lagos of everyone’s dream,” he said.
Salami said the APC had consistently rendered impactful governance in the state and thanked residents for keeping faith with the party.
The Assistant Publicity Secretary also thanked residents for voting overwhelmingly for the party in the last presidential and governorship elections in the state.
”As you supported APC in the election, I urge you to troop to the TBS tomorrow to once again demonstrate your support for Sanwo-Olu as he is sworn-in,” he said.
“Mackenzie, in the case you just want to be left alone, please let us know you are safe,” police Assistant Chief Tim Doubt said.
Timestamps from airport surveillance video show Lueck deplaned at 2:09 a.m. and got into a Lyft at 2:40 a.m., Doubt said. He said the video does not show her talking to anyone. She is seen walking from the jetway and stopping to pick up luggage.
Police have said that the Lyft driver and the ride-share company have been cooperative, and the driver said when Lueck was dropped off, she did not appear to be in any distress.
But Doubt said that the description of the person she is thought to have met is vague, and police don’t know if it was a man or a woman and can’t confirm the make and model of the other vehicle.
Doubt said police have had three interactions with Lueck: a moving violation in 2015, an assault a year ago, and a case in which her property was found in January. All those cases have been resolved, and there is no indication any are connected to her disappearance, he said.
“Our detectives continue working around the clock on this case, and finding Mackenzie remains a very high priority for us,” he said.
Doubt said that police are looking through any social media or other digital accounts she may have. Police said they had received around 125 tips through a tip line, and Doubt encouraged anyone with information or who has been in contact with her to contact police.
Officials also want to hear from anyone who knows who she met in Hatch Park.
Lueck is enrolled part time at the university, majoring in kinesiology and pre-nursing and minoring in health. The university said it is cooperating fully in the search.
“The University of Utah is deeply concerned about the well-being of Mackenzie ‘Kenzie’ Lueck and our thoughts are with her family,” the university said in a statement Monday