As governor of Lagos State, President Bola Tinubu has reinstated three of his successors.
After Tinubu, the state of Lagos produced the governors Babatunde Fashola, Akinwunmi Ambode, and Babajide Sanwo-Olu.
From 1999 to 2007, Tinubu served as governor of Lagos State.
Babatunde Fashola, the previous minister of works and housing, took over in 2007 and oversaw the state for an additional eight years.
Fashola relinquished the reins of the state to Ambode at the conclusion of his second term.
In 2018, a dispute between Tinubu and Ambode resulted in his losing the state’s APC governorship primary.
Ambode attacked Tinubu and his successor, Sanwo-Olu, during the primary election.
When the current governor recently visited the former at his 60th birthday, the process of reconciliation got under way.
Ambode, according to Sanwo-Olu, devoted his time to serving Lagos State as governor and public servant.
Tinubu, Fashola, and Ambode attended the welcome-back celebration for the president that was hosted by the state governor yesterday, which aided in the reconciliation process.
Gboyega Akosile, Sanwo-Olu’s media assistant, tweeted about the gathering and said: “Four Generations! All hailing from Lagos are the current governor, the three previous governors, and the president. Gratitude to Lagos State. @tundefashola, @AkinwunmiAmbode, and @jidesanwoolu of the official ABAT.