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‘I Will Emerge Winner’ – APC Gubernitorial Candidate, Sanwo-Olu Says



The All Progressives Congress, APC governorship candidate in Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has said he will emerge winner in the election holding in the state today.

The APC candidate made this known while speaking with journalists shortly after voting alongside his wife, Ibijoke, at the Lateef Jankande/Femi Okunnu Polling Unit in Ikoyi.

Sanwo-Olu said it was exactly six months ago that he obtained the form and joined the Lagos governorship race and that he is confident of emerging the winner since he had made the necessary engagements and had taken his campaign to different parts of the state.

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