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Colours and echoes from Sanwo-Olu/Hamzat’s Swearing-in

By Guardian Exclusive
30 May 2019   |   10:29 am
On this day May 29, 2019, Babajide Sanwo-Olu was sworn in as the new governor of Lagos state. Here are some of the highlights of events that took place at the Tafawa Balewa Square in a grand ceremony that marked the beginning of a new administration for Lagosians.

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