Friday, September 9, 2016 12:45 pm
President of Nigerian Professional Wrestling Federation, Prince Hammed Olanrewaju Mohammed has applauded the work being done by the Speaker of the Lagos State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Mudashiru Obasa to make good legislations for the people of the state.
Prince Mohammed said while paying a courtesy visit to the Speaker in his office inside the premises of the Lagos State House of Assembly at Alausa, Ikeja that the peace experiencing in the political arena in Lagos is made possible by the leadership of the House of Assembly who works in harmony with the executive headed by Governor Akinwunmi Ambode.
“I’m here to appreciate the Honourable Speaker of Lagos State House of Assembly for good representation of the people of Lagos State and for your exemplary leadership quality to steer the ship of the 8th Assembly.
“The professional wrestling federation is proud of what you and your colleagues are doing and we want to tell you that we are solidly behind you because you are indeed a leader leading by example, ” said Prince Mohammed, who is also the Senatorial Youth Leader of All Progressive Congress (APC) , Lagos Central Senatorial District.
Mohammed, who is the Initiator and Coordinator of Intercontinental Wrestle Force Championship, an international wrestling competition being planned to celebrate the achievement of Governor Akinwunmi Ambode, presented to Hon Obasa a frame with the pictures and artistic impression of the Speaker on it.
While responding, the Speaker recalled what Prince Mohammed did for the success of APC in the 2015 general election in Lagos, saying that “we see Prince HO as a loyal party member, who always have particular interest about the welfare of others. I’m so glad with this visit to the House of Assembly and I want to assure on behalf my other colleagues that we won’t disappoint the confidence the people of the state repose in us.
“What you have done today was a patriotic observation, monitoring what the House is doing and showing interest on our legislative work. I really appreciate this.”