Elections2023: Youth Advise Sanwo Olu Seek New Employment Elsewhere, Suggest Tech Bro or Skit Maker Role

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Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu may soon join the unemployment line like much teeming youth in the Lagos state capital, as Labour Party supporters have vowed to vote him out en masse during the gubernatorial elections scheduled for March 11th.

This comes as Labour Party presidential candidate, Mr. Peter Obi won the presidential elections conducted in the state on February 25th by a slim margin, beating the runner-up, All Progressives Candidate (APC) Bola Ahmed Tinubu, by approximately ten thousand votes.

Governor Sanwo Olu had taken to Twitter to congratulate Lagosians for the turnout during the polls conducted on Saturday. The Governor had tweeted, “Well done Lagos for coming out to vote on Saturday. We got reports of friction in parts of Lagos this morning but all is calm now.

Sanwo-Olu added, “There is no need for violence, as it is not part of our culture. I urge all Lagosians to go about their businesses without any fear of harassment.”

READ ALSO: Labour Party Cries Out Over Intimidation, Violence Towards Their Supporters

However, Twitter users noticed the Governor locked his comments section. Some have speculated that this was done to prevent negative remarks from angry youth, incensed over the blatant rigging, bullying, violence, and intimidation meted out on innocent Lagosians by supporters of APC during the polls on Saturday.

However, this locked comment section did not stop Nigerians from letting Sanwo-Olu have a piece of their mind. The angry netizens, armed with their voter cards and sharp wits, took to the quoted replies to reply to the governor’s message. Many of them advised him to seek new employment as they would ensure he is voted out on March 11th.

Some also used the opportunity to condemn the Governor for remaining silent while members of his political party, disrupted the elections on Saturday.

Some Tweets observed by The Herald are displayed below:


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