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Lagos APC candidate, Sanwo-Olu, adopts night campaign strategy



Lagos APC candidate, Sanwo-Olu, adopts night campaign strategy

The governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress ( APC ) in Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has introduced the night campaign strategy for the March 9 guber election in the state.

Sanwo-Olu who finds major opposition in the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party ( PDP ), Jimi Agbaje, said the move had “become the most acceptable persuasion of democracy.”

According to the strategy tagged, the BOSAN Night Campaign, projectors would be mounted on buildings and bridges showing videos of Sanwo-Olu speaking to residents in various parts of the state.

A statement by Peter Nnamonu, the spokesman of the project management team on Sunday, explained that the politician had reached agreement with Irradeate and Lighting Tech Company Light & Lyrics to execute the strategy which would run till the end of February.

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He added, “We have come this far because of the involvement of Lagosians in the campaign, and we cannot but continue to explore other innovative options to make it more inclusive.

“Democracy is not just about competition among political parties and candidates; it is more about the people and public participation.

“The BOS Night Campaign is about making the campaign, which has become more of a movement, more participatory, both online and offline. Everyone can join in telling the positive story of the APC and Sanwo-Olu.”

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