Lagos APC chieftain, Baba Ojo, mobilises 2,000 canvassers, rallies support for Tinubu, other party candidates


A former Chief of Staff to the Governor in Lagos State,  Otunba Samuel Olukunle Ojo, has called on well meaning and progressive-minded Nigerians to intensify efforts at mobilising voters for the former Governor of Lagos State and the Presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Asiwaju Bola  Tinubu, as well as other APC candidates ahead of the February 25 and March 11 general elections respectively.

Ojo gave the charge on Sunday in his office in Lagos while addressing the 2,000 canvassers he personally engaged and sponsored to be sharing recharge cards of different denominations and souvenirs of various designs to all residents in Lagos and indeed across the Country.

According to him, “This is my own way of showing support and contribution to the efforts of the party, APC, especially to the man I believe is a democrat and has really fought for the democracy all of us are enjoying. There is no doubt that he insists on the rule of law, equity & Justice and has  governed the most productive, excellent & nucleus State of the Country,” Ojo said.

The APC chieftain in Lagos, popularly known as “BABA OJO”, said the time has come for the Presidential candidate of APC to fulfill his life time ambition, hence the need to rally round and support him, as well as all other candidates in the next general election.

All the foot soldiers and canvassers expressed readiness and were so delighted to work assiduously for the APC  Presidential Candidate, whom they all confirmed he’s a team builder, who had indeed raised the most influential and impactful political class, as well has built leaders and still a futuristic leader, who has been building for the future.

In his remark, the Coordinator of the Baba Ojo Foot Soldiers and Southwest Regional Head, Elder Kayode Cornelius, commended the financier and sponsor of the group, Otunba Samuel Olukunle, for his generosity and unwavering support for Tinubu, who he also described as very futuristic, whose ideas 24 years ago are driving today’s modern city.

He also described him as bold, courageous person who does not shy away from taking tough decisions especially when he’s convinced it’s for the best of all.

“Asiwaju is a national icon, loved by the masses, respected by the political class. Asiwaju is a household name. From the North to the south, on his mandate we stand. We are all glad to work for him as far as realising his life ambition is concerned,” Elder Cornelius said.

He appealed to Nigerians to join in the Asiwaju project for the overall benefit.