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Lagos 2019: Jstrickers Launches Web-based Support Platform For Sanwo-Olu

The Jstrickers campaign/volunteer group on Sunday launched a web-based platform dedicated to mobilizing campaign volunteers and supporters across Lagos State for APC Lagos State governorship aspirant, Babajide Sanwo-Olu to aid the campaign efforts for the aspirant.

The group said the launch is in its support of Babajide Sanwo-Olu, expressing confidence that APC Lagos State governorship aspirant will take Lagos to the next level of impactful governance

”The web address www.jsanwoolustriker.org features an innovative sign up page where visitors can securely sign up with their personal details to be registered as campaign volunteers under the auspices of the Jstrickers movement, the team lead of the group, Moyosore Adebanjo, said in a statement on Sunday

Adebanjo in his address charged teeming electorates and Lagosians to support Babajide Sanwoolu in” taking Lagos to the next level of impactful governance, cities all over the world, including Dubai and Paris are able to attain their mega status because of their sustained transition of quality and visionary leadership which Sanwoolu has the capacity and enabling will to provide”.

The group, according to him, aims to reach a multitude of potential voters across the 57 Local Government Areas and their constituent wards.

”The Jstrickers movement is an adjunct independent campaign/ support group set up to compliment the relentless efforts of the official Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu Campaign Organization (BOSCO) in its mutual quest of ensuring higher prospects of triumph for our aspirant at the ensuing governorship elections in 2019.

”In this inexorable bid of electoral victory at the 2019 polls in Lagos State, the Jstrickers movement calls on all interested Lagos voters and volunteers to log on to the aforementioned website and sign up as volunteers within their variant communities.

 

Staff Writer

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