Lagosians Want Sanwo-Olu Re-elected

Lagosians from all works of life have expressed support for the second-term bid of Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu for continuity and completion of his laudable projects

In an independent online survey carried out in all the local governments in the state, many Lagosians are in support of a second-term agenda for Governor Sanwo-Olu, who they said, has brought about the laudable transformation of the state.

As revealed in the online survey which was conducted by FREDDAN Continental Consultancy, a team of Development Experts and International Poll Analyst, a larger percentage of the respondents showed their readiness to support a second-term bid of Governor Sanwo-Olu.

Last week, there was a purported move by the All Progressive Congress (APC) to replace Governor Sanwo-Olu with the Head of Service, Alhaji Hakeem Muri Okunola, a report that has been denied by the Governor’s Advisory Council.

According to the figures derived from the survey, which was carried out in two parts, online and SMS survey, 64.68 percent of the respondents were against a second term bid.

It was deduced that the respondent who was below 40 percent still hold the governor responsible for the EndSARS debacle, while the SMS Survey which targeted respondents over 40 years, 71.40 percent expressed their readiness to support a second term agenda from the governor.

According to the information gathered, they stated that the proactive and frontal management of the COVID-19 pandemic, his giant strides in the infrastructural sector as well as his easy-going nature are part of the qualities which have continued to endear them to him.

The survey covered all the local government areas and Local Area Development Areas of the state with a total number of 77,605 respondents been recorded.

A breakdown of the figures shows Alimosho – 13,000; Ajeromi/Ifelodun -950, Kosofe – 9,535, Mushin – 402, and Oshodi/Isolo – 1,200. Others are Ojo – 1,420, Ikorodu – 725, Surulere – 1,350, Agege – 1,390, Ifako Ijaye – 1,225, Somolu – 780 and Amuwo Odofin – 1,885. Others are Lagos Mainland – 1,450, Ikeja – 12,400, Eti-Osa – 3,520, Badagry – 420, Apapa – 8,200, Lagos Island – 13,720, Epe – 2,622 , Ibeju-Lekki – 1,410.

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