- Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu on Friday, July 31, paid an unscheduled visit to Lagos hospitals
- The video of the governor's visit was shared on Twitter by Gboyega Akosile, his chief press secretary
- Sanwo-Olu was seen having a mutual conversation with patients and health personnel met on duties
In the spirit of Sallah celebration, Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos state on Friday, July 31, paid an unscheduled visit to some of the hospitals in the state.
The visit, according to the chief press secretary to the governor Gboyega Akosile, was made "to share memorable moments with the in-patients and health workers."
Sharing the video of the governor's visit to Lagos Island Maternity Hospital on his Twiter page on Saturday, Augst 1, Akosile said the unscheduled visit was also made by his principal in the spirit of patriotism and love.
It would be recalled that Muslims across the world marked their on Eid-el-Kabir Sallah festival on Friday amid love sharing and momentum.
The festival, which is manually commemorated to recognise the sacrifice of Prophet Ibrahim (Abraham), is highlighted by killings of rams.
Governor Sanwo-Olu celebrated this year's season by extending the olive branch. He also had mutual interaction with patients and health personnel on duties.
"Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwoolu spent Sallah day at various hospitals, to share memorable moments with the in-patients and health workers," Akosile said in a tweet.
The Lagos governor also shared the video of the visit on his Twitter handle, saying the moment was memorable for him.
"My visit to Lagos Island Maternity Hospital. It was indeed a day well spent," Sanwo-Olu said.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu on Wednesday, July 29, reacted to the viral video of a young boy telling his mom to calm down as he was about to be punished.
Sanwo-Olu said he was "moved by the boy's sobriety" as the boy begged for one more chance as a "regular offender."
He said that the video showed that parents put in a lot of work to raise their kids as he added that he hoped that the mother really "calmed down" as the boy asked.
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