2023: Group Drums Support For Tinubu, Says Ex - Governor's Presidency 'll Bring Prosperity - THE DAILY CRUCIBLE



Thursday, September 22, 2022

2023: Group Drums Support For Tinubu, Says Ex - Governor's Presidency 'll Bring Prosperity

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The Daily Crucible | Friday, September 23, 2022

By Ayobami Ife, Abeokuta

A group, Progressive Volunteers For Tinubu/Shettima PVTS3023, has drummed up support for All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, urging Nigerian electorate to elect him President in the forthcoming February 2023 election.

The group acknowledged that all the presidential candidates justling to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari are credible Nigerians, who have contributed to the development of the country but submitted that Tinubu is the only tested and trusted political actor among the contestants who possesses all it takes to effect the type of positive changes Nigerians desperately needed at this critical time.

Addressing the press on Thursday in Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital, the state coordinator of the group, Deji Ogundimu, said none of the other candidates has the capacity, tenacity and doggedness of Tinubu to perform if given the mandate by Nigerians to oversee the affairs of the country in 2023.

Fielding questions from newsmen, the realtor and property broker who spoke in the presence of Southwest coordinator of the group; Fatuase Abayomi, the State Secretary; Muhammad Aleem and Obafemi Owode Local Government coordinator; Adedehinbo Adeyinka, described Tinubu as a tested hand that had been proven right to deliver on quality governance.

He expressed the optimism that the APC presidential hopeful would replicate in the country, his achievements 'wrought' in Lagos State between 1999 and 2007.

He advised Nigerians to demand issue - based campaigns and engagements from politicians as the window of electioneering would soon be thrown open for real time politicking.

He also urged Nigerians to shun divisive tendencies and other primordial sentiments that polarise instead of unifying the country.

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