- Governor Sanwo-Olu joined worshippers at a church in Lagos over the weekend, and he made sure also to exchange pleasantries
- A video captured the Lagos governor, who is seeking re-election, standing at the entrance to share handshakes with congregants
- Social media users had mixed reactions to the video, with some people noting that Sanwo-Olu is scared of the LP effect
Congregants at a church in Lagos were in for a surprise on Sunday, March 12, as they were joined by the incumbent governor ofLagos state, Babajide Sanwo-Olu.
The governor seeking reelection into office worshipped in the church and took a moment to address congregants.
However, Sanwo-Olu took things to an unexpected level when he positioned himself at the church’s entrance after service in a bid to exchange pleasantries with members heading home.
Former governor Ayo Fayose’s brother, Isaac, shared a video on Instagram showing the moment the governor shared handshakes with those willing to interact with him briefly.
Watch the clip below:
Sanwo Olu’s actions spark reactions
“If not for Peter Obi all this bala blu will not be happening we are much wiser oga.”
“E don lean, if he wins now he will change again, politicians would never change, anyway Grv all the way.”
“Politicians should be made to know they are people’s servants. Not Lording themselves over people.”
“This man is too desperate to win this Governorship election cos I keep wondering why he doing all of this now … does he have something he doesn’t want to get to the public space … cos he hasn’t been doing this before now… asking for a friend though.”
“ I really feel for this man the past two weeks now has been so hard for him but thank God they now know power belong to the people.”
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