As the various results from different polling units in Lagos state continues to trickle in, according to The Cable News, the spokesperson for the All Progressives Congress, APC presidential Campaign Council, Bayo Onanuga has given his reaction.
Bayo Onanuga who took to his social media handle stressed that the state has proven that it has its indigenous owners, as they emphatically made it clear and loud for everyone.
The chieftain of the APC who gave such a reaction further took a swipe at the labour party, where he pointed out that he hopes that the Obidients would now realize that Lagos is not a no man's land as said by some.
In his words..."I hope the Obidients and their LP have now realized that Lagos is not ‘no man’s land’. The state has indigenous owners and today they emphatically made the statement loud and clear"
Recall that the issue of Lagos state being a no man's land had caused controversy prior to the gubernatorial election in the state.
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