The pharmacist-turned politician described the PDP as the most viable platform he needed to bring about the desired change by Lagosians.
Agbaje stated this during his visit to the PDP secretariat in Ikeja, Lagos, southwest Nigeria on Monday.
It was gathered that he joined the PDP some months ago and had been attending the party’s meetings at his Ward B, Apapa 1, Lagos, ever since.
His visit to the party’s office finally put paid to the rumour making the rounds on whether or not he will contest the 2015 election on the platform of the PDP.
Agbaje, who stormed the party secretariat with his supporters, held a meeting with the party’s State Working Committee (SWC) members, headed by Captain Tunji Shelle.
He equally had another round of meeting with the non-Central Working Committee of the party on strategies to be adopted in order to win the 2015 election.
Addressing the SWC, he said: “I decided to choose the PDP to realise my political ambition based on the common and aggregated opinion among the core of my supporters across the state that the party was the most viable platform interested in causing the change desired by Lagos people.”
He added that he would promote a consensus for what he called a Lagos agenda if given the opportunity to serve the state in 2015.
Agbaje charged the leaders to always remain united and make the party open and attractive for more people to join in order for them to make more meaningful impact in the party.
Responding, the Chairman of Lagos PDP, Captain Shelle, congratulated Agbaje for coming on board the party, declaring that the PDP was positioned to win the 2015 polls and form the next government in the state.
Shelle expressed the hope that Lagos people were ready to go the way of Ekiti people by voting the PDP to power.
He assured Agbaje that the leadership of the party under him would guarantee a level playing field for all its aspirants in picking who would eventually fly the governorship flag of PDP in Lagos come 2015.