AFCON ‘23 final: Come for free viewing, Sanwo-Olu urges Lagosians

The Lagos state governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has urged Lagosians to come out in support of the Super Eagles in their final encounter with the Elephants of Côte d’Ivoire.

To further encourage Lagosians to troop out for the final match, governor Sanwo-Olu has made provisions for viewing centres across the state; with the mega viewing center at Onikan.


“Apart from the mega vewing Centre at Onikan, there are centres in Agege Stadium, Abesan Sports Centre, Alimosho LGA Secretariat, Agbado-Oke Odo LCDA Secretariat, L. A Primary School, Layeni, Ajeromi-Ifelodun, Anglican Primary School, Aradagun, Badagry.


“Other locations are: New Road Primary School, Ajegunle, Femi Gbajabiamila Mini Stadium, Coker-Aguda, Surulere, Epe Recreation Centre, Sprite Court, Festac, Igando-Ikotun LCDA Secretariat, Onisabe of Igbobi’s Palace, Jibowu, Alajede’s Palace, Ijede, Oba’s Palace, Ijegun, Ikorodu Town Hall, APC Party Secretariat, Ketu.


“Also listed as viewing centres are Campos Mini Stadium, Lagos, Lagos House Car Park, Marina, Mushin Public Library, YMD Garden, Ojo, Olera Football Pitch, Ojokoro Housing Estate, Afolabi Primary School, Oshodi, Papa Playing Field, Oworonsoki and Rowe Park Sports Centre, Yaba.”


Lagos state Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Mr. Gbenga Omotoso said the state’s government action is necessary because “Lagos is the nation’s sports capital, and base of the largest supporters of the Super Eagles.”


Omotoso affirmed that the state governor was happy about the peaceful conducts of Lagosians at the various viewing centres during the last matches especially at the last semi-final.


Commissioner Omotoso therefore reiterated the state governor optimism that the national team will bring home the trophy.

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