One of the states to keep an eye on this weekend as several states hold gubernatorial governorship elections is Lagos, where the campaign to become the next governor has been particularly heated in the wake of the Labour Party's victory in the presidential vote.
As the governorship election schedule for March 18th, 2023, draws near, Nigerian lawyer and human rights activist, Chief Malcolm Omirhobo, via his official Twitter account, reacted to the statement of Oba Elegushi that there is going to be Oro a day before the election, saying it is shocking that Oba Elegushi in this 21st century declare restriction of movement on non-indigenes and women from midnight to 5:30 a.m. during elections?
In his words, "It is shocking that in the 21st century Oba Elegushi can with audacity and impunity declare to the residents of Ikate-Elegushi, that there would be a restriction of movement on non-indigenes and women from midnight to 5:30 a.m during elections."
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