Sanwo-Olu Shakes Hands With Church Attendees After Closure Of Service (SEE VIDEO)
In a viral video that went viral on Sunday, the governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, was seen shaking hands with churchgoers after the service.
Sanwo-Olu was captured on camera on Sunday night shaking hands with churchgoers as they left the sanctuary.
“Mr. Governor don turn church greeter,” read the video’s description, which was submitted by a Tweep. a lovely man. I hope he continues to do this despite losing the election.
After being given the chance to address the congregation by church officials, he did so.
Yet, the audience did enough to express their displeasure at the man they continue to hold accountable for the October 20, 2020 #EndSARS slaughter that Mr. Sanwo-surprising Olu’s arrival caused a stir.
After the ruling All Progressives Congress was defeated in the Lagos presidential election on February 25, Sanwo-Olu has been working furiously to reach out to the city’s angry voters, the majority of whom are young people.
Sanwo-Olu, who is running for re-election, is hoping to win Saturday’s elections. The Labour Party, which challenged his party’s firm control of Lagos in the most recent presidential election, poses an unprecedented threat to his ambition.
Babajide Sanwo-Olu, the governor of Lagos State, paid visits to the city officials who were hurt to varying degrees in the train/BRT bus accident on Thursday, March 9.