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[BREAKING] Governorship Election: Atiku’s Aide Issues Strong Advice to Lagosians Ahead of March 11 Guber Poll

Nigerians resident in Lagos state have been urged to ensure the vote out the All Progressives Congress from power
The call was made to Lagos over the weekend by an aide to Atiku Abubakar on public communication
Phrank Shuaibu said the joy of victory celebrated by the president-elect Bola Tinubu is short-lived

The special assistant to Atiku Abubakar on public communication, Phrank Shuaibu, has called on the people of Lagos state to reject the Lagos state governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu at the polls on Saturday, March 11

The Cable reports that Shuaibu in a statement released on Saturday, March 4, said that the victory of Bola Tinubu, the president-election and candidate of the All Progressives Congress is short-lived.
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An aide to Atiku Abubakar has asked Lagosians to reject APC at the governorship poll.

He also noted that Bola Tinubu was rejected in Lagos at the presidential poll and that the governorship election will be the same for the APC.

His words:

“Tinubu’s pyrrhic victory will be short-lived. The stolen crown balances on his head precariously. He will continue to shake until he drops it.

“It is funny that Lagos was the fulcrum of Tinubu’s campaign as he promised to replicate the miracle of Lagos across Nigeria, and yet the people of Lagos rejected him on the day of election.

“Tinubu lost in Ikeja local government where he had voted and also lost in Bourdillon, Ikoyi where he lives. Rather than accept the will of the people, he unleashed thugs on the people he claimed to love.”

Top 2023 governorship candidate promises to end ‘agbero’ problem in Lagos

Residents of Lagos have been assured that thuggery by touts in the state will end in no distant time.

The assurance was given to the people of Lagos state by the 2023 governorship candidate of the Labour Party.

Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour also promised to proffer solutions to the transportation challenges in the state.
“Remain peaceful, united,” Ohanaeze, Yoruba council say ahead of guber elections in Lagos, Nigeria

Nigerians resident in Lagos state and its environs have been urged to remain calm and unite ahead of the governorship elections on March 11.

The call was made to the residents by the Ohanaeze Ndigbo and the Yoruba Council Worldwide on Wednesday, March 1.

The group said that it is important that citizens from each of the two ethnicities remain committed to a Nigeria that works for all