Massive turnout expected in 20,000 man walk for Lagos governorship candidate


No fewer than 20,000 residents of the Lagos state would this Saturday, January 12 show their support for Gubernatorial Candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC in Lagos, Babajide Sanwo- Olu with an early morning 10-kilometre walk. Tagged “Lagos Walk With Sanwo- Olu”,
The 20,000-man march is the initiative of the 39142 Group, which has been building huge grassroots support for Sanwo-Olu across the state. According to the 39142 Group in a statement, “the walk is scheduled to take place on the January 12, 2019
Converging point is Tafawa Balewa Square and the route is through Awolowo Road and Falomo to end at Muri Okunola Park. Take off time is 7a.m.”
Online and offline activities for the success of the walk are in top gear with the registration of over 20,000 Lagosians already accomplished and social media buzz on the march trending on Twitter under the hashtag #LagosWalkwithSanwo- Olu, which the 39142 Group launched via its twitter handle @greaterlag39142.

Contacts, registration and other roundthe- clock engagements with Lagosians are also on-going on the 39142 Group’s Instagram Account: @greaterlagosby39142 and Facebook page: Walk4GreaterLagos and twitter: @greaterlag39142.
The 39142 Group enjoined more Lagosians to embrace the vision and agenda of the Lagos APC governorship candidate in order to keep the state on the path of steady progress initiated in 1999 by then Governor of the state and current National Leader of the APC, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu. “We are supporting a great vision; a great mission for the Lagos of our collective dreams and it is clear that Sanwo-Olu is the right man for the job today.

“That is why we have been engaging Lagosians from all walks of life for Sanwo-Olu. The grassroots response to our engagements has been massive and without doubt Lagos is voting President Muhammadu Buhari, Mr. Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu and all other APC candidates across the state in this year’s General Elections,” the 39142 Group stressed in the statement.