The Accord Party candidate for Alimosho Constituency II seat in the Lagos State House of Assembly, Mrs Sanuth Omotunde, has vowed to remove the plank bridge connecting Igando to Ayobo if elected.

In an interview with newsmen, Omotunde, 32, said that Lagos was a modern city that people call a mega city and wondered how a plank bridge can be sighted in a mega city.

She stressed that it was an eyesore that a plank bridge was located in Alimosho Local Government Area (LGA) around Igando/Ayobo axis which would be corrected when she gets elected.

She added that Alimosho LGA was highly populated and a good plan for the local government was a good plan for the future.

She said that she has a lot to offer if elected and that one of her major priorities was to give attention to the health of women.

“What a 50-year-old man can do, a 50-year-old woman cannot do.

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“A woman’s health matters most to her and their will be monthly check up for women free of charge.

“I also intend to ensure there will be a workable health system for women and their children,” she said.

Omotunde said that children’s education would also be looked into, adding that better ideas would be inculcated in making learning a pleasure.

She added that the women of the LGA had jointly agreed that she was their choice and that they had expressed their belief in her representing them well.

Omotunde condemned vote buying which, she noted, was a new thing that would soon fade away as it would not withstand the test of time.