Agbaje promises to implement IBILE allocation formula


Governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party in Lagos State, Mr Jimi Agbaje, has promised to implement the ‘IBILE’ formula in the allocation of portfolios if elected in the March 2 election to lead the state.



The acronym, IBILE, stands for the five major indigenous areas of Lagos namely Ikorodu, Badagry, Ikeja, Lagos Island and Epe.



Agbaje, who said this on Tuesday in Ikorodu during a town hall meeting, added that the dream of ensuring the emergence of Lagos as a mega city could not be realised without the full co-operation of the indigenes.



In a statement from the spokesperson of Jimi Agbaje Campaign Organisation, Modupe Ogunbayo, the PDP candidate noted that the allocation formula must be reflected fairly in the composition of appointments and allocations from the state government.



He, therefore, assured inhabitants of Ikorodu that the ‘IBILE’ philosophy would be revived and duly followed under his administration.



He said, “The IBILE philosophy would be revived and duly followed under an Agbaje administration. It is an acronym which stands for the five major indigenous areas of Lagos which must be reflected fairly in the composition of appointments and allocations from the state government.”



The PDP governorship candidate promised to follow in the footsteps of Second Republic Governor of Lagos State, Alhaji Lateef Jakande, whom he praised for making landmark innovations in the educational system and in the provision of infrastructure like potable water and roads.
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