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Outcome Of Osun Election Has Nothing To Do With Lagos Guber Race – Mandate Group by nairavsdollars(f): 12:39pm On Sep 25, 2018
The Mandate Movement, an influential political group in Lagos State on Monday said the outcome of the Osun governorship election which was on Sunday declared inconclusive by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) will have no bearing on the 2019 governorship election in Lagos State.

The electoral body has already fixed a supplementary election for Thursday with the Ademola Adeleke, candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) leading Gboyega Oyetola of the All Progressives Congress (APC ) by 353 votes.

With the opposition to Governor Akinwunmi Ambode’s re-election bid and entreaties to him by opposition parties, many concerned APC members in Lagos have taken to social media to warn the party leadership to learn from the Osun election and manage the situation well so as not to lose the state in 2019.

The group, led by Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, has rejected Ambode and are backing Babajide Sanwoolu, a former Commissioner in the state and current Managing Director of the Lagos State Property Development Commission (LSDPC).

But speaking with Daily Independent yesterday, a key leader of the Mandate Group who asked not to be named said though the APC will eventually win the Osun election, the outcome will have no impact on the 2019 governorship election in Lagos State.

“Yes, I have heard a lot of comments from people saying we may lose Lagos if we didn’t reconsider our stance on the choice of Jide Sanwoolu as our choice for Lagos governor in 2019. I want to assure you that we are not backing out from the project and we are confident that Sanwoolu will emerge as APC governorship flagbearer for Lagos in few days time.

https://independent.ng/outcome-of-osun-election-has-nothing-to-do-with-lagos-guber-race-mandate-movement/

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Re: Outcome Of Osun Election Has Nothing To Do With Lagos Guber Race – Mandate Group by donweasley(m): 12:43pm On Sep 25, 2018
You Guys Have To Buckle Down.
Re: Outcome Of Osun Election Has Nothing To Do With Lagos Guber Race – Mandate Group by Quidquopro: 1:26pm On Sep 25, 2018
They are on a self destruct mode.
Their hearts have been hardened.
They won't listen!

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Re: Outcome Of Osun Election Has Nothing To Do With Lagos Guber Race – Mandate Group by Esseite: 1:29pm On Sep 25, 2018
The polity is lit and if in event it takes a turn on Mandate group Vs independent voters resident in lagos, they may not come out victorious.

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Re: Outcome Of Osun Election Has Nothing To Do With Lagos Guber Race – Mandate Group by HigherEd: 1:33pm On Sep 25, 2018
Sanwaolu would emerge APC candidate, but that's where it ends. The Lagos electorate would most likely follow Ambode to whatever party he goes to. In the event he doesn't run then pdp would still cruise to victory under Agbaje or Otedola. I promiseyou Ambode would give sanwaolu a gap of nothing less than 300,000 voters in the 2019 elections.

Lalasticlala

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Re: Outcome Of Osun Election Has Nothing To Do With Lagos Guber Race – Mandate Group by anibirelawal(m): 1:34pm On Sep 25, 2018
Quidquopro:
They are on a self destruct mode. Their hearts have been hardened. They won't listen!

Nothing go happen!

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Re: Outcome Of Osun Election Has Nothing To Do With Lagos Guber Race – Mandate Group by bedspread: 2:16pm On Sep 25, 2018
Ogbeni Aregbesola is a Governor in a state and yet has a group that Influences a Governor colleague in another State...

Apc, Mandate, and all their groups are destroyers of themselves...

How on Earth do u Expect a Governor to take orders from another governor in matters of his own state...

Confused Confusion!

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Re: Outcome Of Osun Election Has Nothing To Do With Lagos Guber Race – Mandate Group by Ololade1999: 2:49pm On Sep 25, 2018
These people are not wise at all. If they are not careful, they will lose Lagos. Their eyes go clear that time.

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Re: Outcome Of Osun Election Has Nothing To Do With Lagos Guber Race – Mandate Group by DBossNG(m): 2:54pm On Sep 25, 2018
We shall see!
Re: Outcome Of Osun Election Has Nothing To Do With Lagos Guber Race – Mandate Group by Nathdoug(m): 2:54pm On Sep 25, 2018
It doesn't CHANGE THE FACT THAT THE DULLARD AT UN SUMMIT IN US NOW IS LIFELESS..
ZOMBIES SHOULD KISS THE TRUTH

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Re: Outcome Of Osun Election Has Nothing To Do With Lagos Guber Race – Mandate Group by Throwback: 2:54pm On Sep 25, 2018
“Yes, I have heard a lot of comments from people saying we may lose Lagos if we didn’t reconsider our stance on the choice of Jide Sanwoolu as our choice for Lagos governor in 2019. I want to assure you that we are not backing out from the project and we are confident that Sanwoolu will emerge as APC governorship flagbearer for Lagos in few days time.



Even me being a rabid anti-PDP, will not vote for Jide Sanwo-Olu, so that this arrogant cabal called Mandate Group can flex their muscles while chilling on the reserve bench of opposition party in Lagos, reminiscing on how they scuttled what was theirs for the taking.

When a people are too full of themselves to even reconsider their strategy so as to ensure their own self preservation, is it me that will now help them preserve what is not their birthright?

It is certain that Ambode will lose a direct primary or an indirect primary without Tinubu's support who imposed him on the party for his 1st term. However, it is time that APC realise that the only good thing they have going in Nigeria is Ambode, regardless of his failures or disregard for party sycophants. APC must be foolish to think what they have working for them is the name of their party.


The warning to APC is simple and clear.

Sacrifice Ambode, sacrifice Lagos. Teach Ambode a lesson for his disrespect, expect the Lagos electorate to also teach you a lesson for your disregard.

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Re: Outcome Of Osun Election Has Nothing To Do With Lagos Guber Race – Mandate Group by Ebimor96: 2:54pm On Sep 25, 2018
Racoon:
grin grin grin cheesy They will never see the oncoming revolution coming because in their paranoid delusional state they see themselves as untouchables.SMH.


It's all over for the Terrorist Party from the Terrorists Enclave.


Otedola for Governor, Lagos State.


Zombies.... pls argue with Buhari's cow's balls.

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Re: Outcome Of Osun Election Has Nothing To Do With Lagos Guber Race – Mandate Group by Ebimor96: 2:55pm On Sep 25, 2018
deomelo:

Automatic tickets and remaining in office without facing any kind of contest or primaries = Imposition and Godfatherism.


Direct primaries means democracy and you can not in one breath want and preach democracy while at the same time in another breath demanding automatic tickets and imposition. It's hypocritical.



Direct primaries is the Democratic and the best way forward, win or lose.


APC Lagos need to stick to their guns. This is the right and democratic model for Nigeria.

Mr deomelo, please kindly supply answers to the following questions;

(1) Will Buhari be made to face the same direct primaries just like every other person?

(2) What is the APC's position on presidential primaries as it concerns the APC?

(3) Is Buhari a super human that he cannot subject himself to democratic principles by joining other interested party members to jostle for the APC's Presidential ticket?

Thanks for your time and effort.

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Re: Outcome Of Osun Election Has Nothing To Do With Lagos Guber Race – Mandate Group by Ebimor96: 2:55pm On Sep 25, 2018
cheesy angryr
Re: Outcome Of Osun Election Has Nothing To Do With Lagos Guber Race – Mandate Group by Racoon(m): 2:55pm On Sep 25, 2018
grin grin grin cheesy They will never see the oncoming revolution because in their paranoid delusional state they see themselves as untouchables.SMH.

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Re: Outcome Of Osun Election Has Nothing To Do With Lagos Guber Race – Mandate Group by hotplate(m): 2:55pm On Sep 25, 2018
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Re: Outcome Of Osun Election Has Nothing To Do With Lagos Guber Race – Mandate Group by AZeD1(m): 2:55pm On Sep 25, 2018
HigherEd:
Sanwaolu would emerge APC candidate, but that's where it ends. The Lagos electorate would most likely follow Ambode to whatever party he goes to. In the event he doesn't run then pdp would still cruise to victory under Agbaje or Otedola. I promiseyou Ambode would give sanwaolu a gap of nothing less than 300,000 voters in the 2019 elections.

Lalasticlala
Lol

Any party that fields Ambode would loose woefully, even the APC.

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Re: Outcome Of Osun Election Has Nothing To Do With Lagos Guber Race – Mandate Group by Jeezuzpick(m): 2:56pm On Sep 25, 2018
(In Dracula's voice)

Oooohhhh, but it does......

It most certainly does!

(Thunder)
MWAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAA!
Re: Outcome Of Osun Election Has Nothing To Do With Lagos Guber Race – Mandate Group by id4sho(m): 2:56pm On Sep 25, 2018
Thiefnubu, Ur days are numbered.
Pride has blinded them, e go shock them. Na so tsunami happen 2015, all these useless so called heavy weights never learn from the past.


#BACKTODAURA

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Re: Outcome Of Osun Election Has Nothing To Do With Lagos Guber Race – Mandate Group by Holadokun(m): 2:56pm On Sep 25, 2018
Ambode will win Apc primary and lose to jimi Agbaje( In Court after a tight election)... The beginning of the end for Tinubu

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Re: Outcome Of Osun Election Has Nothing To Do With Lagos Guber Race – Mandate Group by Blackfire(m): 2:58pm On Sep 25, 2018
Empires rise and fall...


Just make sure that dancing senator dosent become govnor of osun state....


That is the first tsunami that will crumble your greedy empire.

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Re: Outcome Of Osun Election Has Nothing To Do With Lagos Guber Race – Mandate Group by Jeezuzpick(m): 2:58pm On Sep 25, 2018
Holadokun:
Ambode will win Apc primary and lose to jimi Agbaje( In Court after a tight election)... The beginning of the end for Tinubu

Wait......WHAAAT?!?!?

Agba-ginni?
Re: Outcome Of Osun Election Has Nothing To Do With Lagos Guber Race – Mandate Group by blackboy(m): 2:59pm On Sep 25, 2018
How do you think Lagos elections are won and lost? Lagos is peculiar. Awon MC Olumo and Co play a very role in election rigging followed buy buying INEC officials and the security forces. Money and thugs play the role. Security forces are compromised the rest is finished. If Agbero and co say dont vote u go vote? Lagos residents and fear are like 5n6.

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Re: Outcome Of Osun Election Has Nothing To Do With Lagos Guber Race – Mandate Group by zico10(m): 2:59pm On Sep 25, 2018
God will help you, just fail to field Ambode has APC candidate then Lagos State is gone for good.

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Re: Outcome Of Osun Election Has Nothing To Do With Lagos Guber Race – Mandate Group by Ayodele1987(m): 2:59pm On Sep 25, 2018
if care is not taking that will be the end for APC in Lagos, any way power to PDP but power belong to Almighty God

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Re: Outcome Of Osun Election Has Nothing To Do With Lagos Guber Race – Mandate Group by Austema(m): 3:00pm On Sep 25, 2018
Fear Politics
Re: Outcome Of Osun Election Has Nothing To Do With Lagos Guber Race – Mandate Group by lastempero: 3:00pm On Sep 25, 2018
It has everything
Re: Outcome Of Osun Election Has Nothing To Do With Lagos Guber Race – Mandate Group by otunde527: 3:00pm On Sep 25, 2018
True

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Re: Outcome Of Osun Election Has Nothing To Do With Lagos Guber Race – Mandate Group by deomelo: 3:01pm On Sep 25, 2018

Automatic tickets and remaining in office without facing any kind of contest or primaries = Imposition and Godfatherism.


Direct primaries means democracy and you can not in one breath want and preach democracy while at the same time in another breath demanding automatic tickets and imposition. It's hypocritical.



Direct primaries is the Democratic and the best way forward, win or lose.


APC Lagos need to stick to their guns. This is the right and democratic model for Nigeria.

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