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With just two days left for INEC to conducts Gubernatorial Elections, Governors who are seeking reelection are attempting to get the support of the people. Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State visited Arise TV and in a video that is being aired live, Sanwo-Olu was asked a series of questions about his four years in office.
Oseni Rufai, an Arise TV presenter, asked Sanwo-Olu to comment on the use of thugs in the 2023 Presidential Election in Lagos State, and while he was trying to answer, Rufai Oseni asked him another question about his absence from the Governorship debate.
In response to Oseni Rufai, Sanwo-Olu tackled him, telling him that he is too political about too many things. Sanwo-Olu stated that he cannot deny the fact that there were thugs in some polling units during the Presidential election, but promised that there will be no such incidents during the gubernatorial election.
Please watch the video below:
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