Hundreds of supporters of the APC on Sunday, embarked on five million solidarity walk in help of the Presidential Applicant of the party, Sen. Bola Tinubu and his working mate Sen. Kashim Shettima in Lagos State.
The News Company of Nigeria (NAN) stories that the political rally was organised by the Chairman of Lagos State Parks and Garages Management, Alhaji Musiliu Akinsanya commonly called MC OLUOMO in collaboration with “Team Lagos, Nigeria’, a support group.
The rally was also to display support for the re-election of the Lagos state Governor, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu, his running mate, Dr Obafemi Hamzat and all the APC candidates in the state.
The APC supporters, who defied the early downpour, converged at the entrance of Teslim Balogun Stadium in Surulere as early as 7.00a.m.
The rally was terminated at Bolade Oshodi with funfare at noon.
Addressing the supporters, Alhaji Musiliu Akinsanya, the previous Chairman of the proscribed National Union of Street Transportation Workers (NURTW) said the wander became imperative to display the massive support for Tinubu’s presidential ambition.
Akinsanya stated the former Lagos state governor who laid the foundation for the progressive enhancement of the state had the character, ability and competence to offer leadership that anyone would be very pleased of in the nation.
In accordance to him, Tinubu has the experience and means to replicating all the obvious developments in Lagos state at the Federal level if offered the possibility.
Also speaking, Mr Waheed Seriki, one of the leaders of APC guidance team in the rally reported: “Asiwaju Tinubu is ready to transform the narrative of the troubles struggling with the nation.
“Some regions that will love priority of the incoming Tinubu’s administration involve insecurity, electrical power era and employment development.”
NAN reports that quite a few political support teams of distinctive presidential candidates have been staging solidarity stroll in help of their candidates.
The Unbiased National Electoral Commission (INEC) lifted ban on campaigns in general public by political events formally on Sept. 28.