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Guber candidates, Agbaje, Sanwo-Olu ring in 2019 in unity [Photos]

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Governorship candidates, Babajide Sanwo-Olu of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and Jimi Agbaje of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) ‎rang in 2019 in unity attending New Year’s Day mass together in Lagos state.

Agbaje and Sanwo-Olu sing along during mass at Holy Cross Cathedral
Agbaje and Sanwo-Olu sing along during mass at Holy Cross Cathedral

TheNewsGuru (TNG) reports the two Lagos state governorship candidates attended the 2019 New Year’s Day mass held at the Holy Cross Cathedral, Lagos Island, on Tuesday, January 1, 2019.

Agbaje and Sanwo-Olu seated at the Holy Cross Cathedral
Agbaje and Sanwo-Olu seated at Holy Cross Cathedral

The PDP and APC candidates, who will battle it out for who becomes the next governor of Lagos state in the 2019 elections, were both pictured together at the Holy Cross Cathedral, where they marked the beginning of the year.

Agbaje and Sanwo-Olu clap during mass at the Holy Cross Cathedral
Agbaje and Sanwo-Olu clap during mass at Holy Cross Cathedral

The candidates were also pictured with the Catholic Archbishop of Lagos, Most Rev. Dr. Alfred Adewale Martins; Lady Neta Nwosu, President, Catholic Media Practitioners Association of Nigeria (CAMPAN), Lagos Archdiocese, and Dame Marie Fatayi-Williams, CAMPAN Patron.

Lady Nwosu, Sanwo-Olu, Martins, Agbaje and Dame Fatayi-williams at Holy Cross Cathedral
Lady Nwosu, Sanwo-Olu, Martins, Agbaje, and Dame Fatayi-Williams at Holy Cross Cathedral

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has scheduled the 2019 presidential and National Assembly elections for Saturday, 16th February.

The Governorship and State Assembly/Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Council elections have been scheduled for Saturday, 2nd March 2019.

 

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