Former Lagos commissioner and Ambode's ally, Wale Oluwo has revealed that the citizens of Lagos are angry with the All Progressive Congress (APC) administration. He said the APC should be worried that they lost their base in Lagos to the presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), Peter Obi in the concluded presidential election that was held on the 25th of February 2023.
Wale Oluwo disclose this while reacting to the loss of the president-elect at his base in Lagos. He said the Lagosians are angry because they have begged the APC government over the intimidation from the agbero boys.
He said, "Lagosians are angry. The APC should be worried that they lost their base in Lagos. The APC lost because the Lagosians have begged APC over the intimidation from these Agbero boys. But they did nothing to solve the problem.
So Lagosians are angry because Agberos have taken over the helms of power in Lagos State".
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