MC Oluomo levies N500 bumper sticker fee on Lagos transporters to support Tinubu campaign

Commercial transport workers in Lagos are now being mandated to pay N500 for campaign stickers in donation to the Bola Tinubu’s presidential campaign in a new phase of political recklessness being witnessed ahead of the 2023 general election. 

A video recording of the new development which exposed an officer of the Lagos State Park Management Committee, led by Musiliu Akinsanya popularly known as MC Oluomo, forcibly pasting the campaign stickers on a resisting motorist has now gone viral. 

In the video, the park management officer was seen harassing a motorist who refused to purchase the sticker. “You will have to meet the chairman (MC Oluomo) for questions,” the officer said while struggling with the motorist. 

The video was posted by Human Rights campaigner Rinu Oduala, who says that Mr Tinubu’s self-acclaimed political structure is based on “criminality, tyranny and fraud.” 

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