The ruling All Progressives Congress in Lagos State has sent a strong warning to those planning to fornent trouble in the state in the aftermath of recently concluded elections to have a change of hearts.
Spokesman of the party, Mr Seye Oladejo who gave this warning at a news briefing in Ikeja said the state will not allow a repeat of the sad memory of ENDSARS in the state.
He said if there were records of violence in some parts of the state does not amount to the calls for the cancellation of the outcome of the exercise.
He advised that rather than those who lost out in the election calling for violence, the best place to show their grievances is the Election Petition Tribunal.
Oladejo noted that BVAS recorded 88% sucess in polling units across the country in the last general elections.
On his part, the State Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Gbenga Omotoso said Governor Sanwoolu will not shy away in keeping the people togather irrespective of their tribes and religion.
He said people with divisive motives must not be allowed to destroy the heritage of the state like was the case during the ENDSARS protest.
Omotoso said that it was irresponsible on the part of anyone to whip up sentiments because they lost out in the last election.
On the collection of Certificate of Return received by the Governor today, the Commissioner described it as the beginning of another phase to a greater Lagos.