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Jandor Replies Rufai Who Told Him He Has Lost Momentum in Lagos & Why He Could Not Deliver To Atiku

Ahead of the gubernatorial governorship election this weekend across some states in the country, one of the states to look out for would be in Lagos as the race for who would be the next governor has been intense, especially since the presidential election result which the Labour Party won. With that, the top three candidates have intensified their campaigns and granted more interviews.

While on Arise TV this morning, the PDP's governorship candidate, Abdul Azeez Olajide Adediran, who now seemed like a force to Gbadebo and Sanwo-Olu, was tackled by Rufai Oseni who told him he had lost the momentum after the result of the presidential election as he couldn't deliver for Atiku Abubakar also during his first test.

Responding to that, Jandor said the last election was on religion, ethnicity and in Lagos, they had a supposed Lagos, who was on the ballot and won in indigenous areas (Epe, Badagry, Ikorodu), which is because people decided he's their own, while the Igbos dominated community in Lagos from Ojo, Amuwo Odofin, Oshodi, Labour Party won and where there was more elites(Kosofe, Alimosho) they came out to vote and not about the party which is what played out in the last election.

On the issue of him losing Momentum in Lagos, Jandor said he took his time to study the game the way it's been played and all the momentum talked about are things deliberately sponsored and in the densely populated community, you would see what's going to come out and if anyone is thinking about riding on the last result, they are mistaken because some of the elite who voted for Obi in Lagos are disappointed, going back and people who flew to the country have gone back.

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