Mr Sanwo-Olu reminded Nigerians that the Nuhu Ribadu-Fola Adeola presidential candidacy in 2011 was a Muslim-Muslim ticket and did not raise an eyebrow.
Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu on Tuesday inaugurated the renovated ancient Vlekete Slave Market and Museum in Badagry.
Mr Ojelabi said the death of Mr Sanyaolu was destabilising, adding that the late politician was a youth mobiliser in the state.
The commissioner said that the state government had already begun a pilot feedlot project at Badagry.
“He (Mr Sanwo-Olu) has the numbers; I have the numbers. I have fans and followers. I’m true to myself. I have over 19 to 20 million fans on social media.”
IPAC chairman in the state, Olusegun Mobolaji, said that the state should not lose guard during the celebration.
The opposition said it was unjustifiable for the APC-led government to blame the hike on pump price of diesel and the unavailability of spare parts.
“I strongly request that the exercise be nullified and a new primary conducted in a free, fair and transparent manner in the state,” Mr Mustapha said.
Mr Yuguda said: “We are aware that three aspirants bought forms for Lagos state. Three accredited for the screening. One was cleared, two were not cleared.”
Several patrol vehicles and Armoured Personnel Carrier were also stationed at the access roads leading to the venue.