Sanwo-Olu dances Buga at Lagos women walk for Tinubu

Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu on Monday danced to the viral song ‘Buga’ once again in public at the solidarity walk staged by women in the state.

He was flanked by his deputy Obafemi Hamzat and some women.

The walk by women from different parts of Lagos was in support of the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu and his running mate, Kashim Shettima.

Videos of the women, comprising artisans, traders and market women and professionals, marching on the streets with banners, have been trending online.

The women, in their hundreds, gathered at Tinubu’s Square on Lagos Island and other locations in the state for the solidarity walk.

Shading supporters of the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi, Mr Sanwo-Olu’s new media aide Jubril Gawat said, “The Owners of Lagos … The Mothers of EVERYBODY including ASIWAJU himself.

“We are not calling it 1 Million or 1 Billion … It’s just a simple Lagos women Walk.”

The walk comes 48 hours after the October 1 rallies organised by Obi’s supporters nationwide and outside the country.

It also followed a post by Tinubu on Sunday where he debunked rumour of his death.

Tinubu’s whereabouts has been a matter of public concern following his absence from public events including the first signing of the Peace Accord by presidential candidates in Abuja.

The former Lagos governor posted a video of himself on social media on an exercise bike, stating that he is healthy.

“Many have said I have died, others claim I have withdrawn from the presidential campaign. Well… Nope.

“This is the reality: I am strong, I am healthy and I am READY to serve Nigerians from Day One,” Tinubu said.