With evidence that the 2023 general election is fast approaching, the available Indication has shown that Mr. Sanwo-Olu may likely win the 2023 Lagos State governorship election for a second term, because of the move he has make in support of Bola Tinubu presidency in 2023.
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Although the former Lagos State Governor, Mr. Bola Tinubu has not declare his intention to contest for the 2023 presidential election, but the available Indication has shown that he has started preparation on how to have a good outing in the 2023 Presidential Election. With this, I will be presenting the great move Sanwo-Olu has make in support of Tinubu presidency in 2023.
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Sanwo-Olu Has started drumming support for Bola Tinubu Ahead of the 2023 Presidential Election.
One smart move Mr. Sanwo-Olu decided to make was to flagged off the Southwest Agenda 2023 (SWAGA ‘23) that is led by Senator Dayo Adeyeye in Lagos State in order to pledge his support for the presidential ambition of Mr. Bola Tinubu.
According to the vanguard newspaper, the flagged off of the movement was well attended by all the members of governor Sanwo-Olu State Executive Council, lawmakers in the State House of Assembly, and members of Conference 57.
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