The march, rescheduled to show how fit the APC presidential candidate is, will also involve the party's vice-presidential candidate, Professor Yemi Osinbajo.
The march, according to the Buhari/Osinbajo Campaign Organisation, will commence at Maryland and terminate at the Teslim Balogun Stadium in Surulere, Lagos where Buhari is expected to address the APC supporters. Meanwhile, in anticipation of the traffic gridlock the march is expected to cause on the ever-busy Ikorodu Road, the State Ministry of Transportation has said that traffic on the Ikorodu highway will be restricted to service lanes between 8am and 2pm on Saturday. In a statement signed by the State Commissioner for Transportation, Mr Kayode Opeifa, the ministry stated that all vehicles passing through Funsho Williams Avenue will also be restricted to service lanes while all those taking part in the match are expected to walk on the expressway. The statement advised motorists to manage the service lanes or take other routes to avoid the anticipated traffic jam. Opeifa added that officials of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) would be mobilised to Ikorodu road to control traffic, while motorists are advised to tune in to 'Traffic Radio' for developments.
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