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Femi Otedola set to join Lagos guber race on PDP platform

Businessman, Femi Otedola, has reportedly accepted to become the torchbearer of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the Lagos State governorship race in 2019.

See Momodu’s tweet:

According topopular celebrity publisher, Dele MomoduPDP offered Otedola, who is currently on vacation the governorship ticket and he has accepted it.

He shared the news on his Twitter handle, @DeleMomodu. He tweeted: “Breaking news: Lagos 2019 promises to be interesting. PDP offers Femi Otedola governorship ticket. He’s accepted and personally confirmed to The Boss newspaper.”

On his Instagram page, Otedola shared a video of himself enjoying a ride in a miniature vehicle. He captioned the video: “Never too old to catch some fun 🏎… F.Ote💲”

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