A septuagenarian and a visually impaired voter, Alhaji Muideen Onigbanjo has called on the incoming chairmen and councilors in lagos state to initiate strategies aimed at repairing the bad roads.
79 year old Onigbanjo, said many people were capitalising on the bad roads to criticise the government and refused to vote because of that.
Onigbanjo said he had to encourage many to vote to make a difference for the development of the area and had to defy the rain be part of the process.
Meanwhile, another septuagenarian and partially blind, Bamidele Olupo, urged the Independent Electoral Commission to make election process easier for aged people.
75 year old Olupo, who cast his ballot at polling at Ikotun/Igando LCDA, told the NAN that simplifying the process would enable more aged people to vote.
“If not for the help of people around me, I won’t have been part of this exercise because of the stress of going out to find your polling centre and name during accreditation. “My sight is very poor, but I still take it upon myself to exercise my civic right. he said.