Arsenal star Saka visits Sanwo-Olu in Lagos

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Arsenal forward Bukayo Saka paid Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State a visit at the State House in Marina.

Since arriving in Lagos on Wednesday this week, Saka has been on a tour across Nigeria.

Saka has traveled to the Somolu region of the State as well as Gbagada and its surroundings while dressed in white.

The 21-year-old made a stop at the Lagos State House in Marina, where he was welcomed by the current governor, Sanwo-Olu.

Sanwo-Olu, who announced the visit on Twitter, also got a personalized Saka jersey.

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“Exciting day at the State House Marina today as I had the pleasure of hosting my favourite Arsenal player, Star Boy Bukayo Saka. I also enjoyed receiving my own signed Saka Jersey,” Sanwo-Olu tweeted

“As a proud #Gunner, I’m incredibly proud of their inspiring run in the Premier League with such a young team. Their determination has motivated many and shown us the power of youth.

“We’re committed to bringing that spirit to grassroots football in Lagos. Together let’s create opportunities for our talented young players. Thank you for visiting me Bukayo and I look forward to next season.”

Saka, who opted to play for Egland despite being born to Nigerian parents, netted 14 goals and made 11 assists in the Premier League this season.

Arsenal finished second in the 2022/23 Premier League season with 84 points from 38 games.

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