More Endorsements For Tinubu, As Yoruba Leaders Of Thought Back Presidential Bid, Commend APC Over Power Shift ✓✓ The Scoper Media 


    In less than a week to the February 25 general elections, days to the Presidential Election, The Yoruba Leaders of Thought on Monday, 20 February, 2023, formally endorsed the candidacy of the All Progressives Congress Asíwájú Bola Tinubu, for the poll, saying he is the most qualified of all the candidates.

The endorsement came when leaders, met with Asiwaju Tinubu at an interactive session at Eko Hotels and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos.

The leaders also commended the APC, particularly the party’s governors, for embracing power shift to promote unity and belongingness in the country.

The convener of the group Prince Tajudeen Olusi, while speaking at the event said Asíwájú Tinubu had contributed a lot to sustenance of democracy in the country while also promoting good governance and economic development.

Tinubu, who arrived the venue of the interactive session in the company of his running mate, Senator Kashim Shettima, thanked the leaders for what he called their labour of love and for waiting patiently for him until he eventually arrived from Abuja.

Stating further, the APC presidential candidate who addressed the congregation in Yoruba, noted that the 2023 Presidency was for all of them and other Nigerians, saying “Eyinlokan,” meaning it is your turn.

Tinubu however emphasized on the need to for them to reach for their PVCs and ensure they vote in Saturday, 25 February, 2023, election so they can herald the change envisaged for the country.

In the communique issued at the end of the session, the leaders said: “Yoruba and Southwest leaders made up of Yoruba groups who believe in the oneness of Nigeria based on equity, fairness and justice, a nation where no one is oppressed, held an interactive session with the Presidential Candidate of the APC Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu at Eko Hotels, Victoria Island, Lagos on Monday 20th February, 2023.

“The meeting commended leaders of the APC for encouraging spirit of belongingness and national unity by honouring the age-long desire of Nigerians for power shift, the principle which led to the overwhelming emergence of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu as the presidential candidate.

“The highly successful interactive session noted the phenomenal successes already recorded by Asiwaju Bola Tinubu both in his pre-political career and in his public life as a politician, administrator and leader.

“The meeting concluded that when compared to others in the race for the presidency of Nigeria in 2023, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu stands head and shoulder above the rest. He is the most prepared, the most suitable in terms of competence, character, capacity and the most humane to lead Nigeria to an enviable prosperous status among the comity of nations in the 21st century.

“The meeting commended President Buhari for the achievements he has recorded thus far and for demonstrating that he is a patriot and a man of integrity.

“They, however, called on him to take immediate and radical steps to attenuate the sufferings occasioned by the twin-scarcity of new Naira notes and fuel in the country.

“We commend the present and founding fathers of APC for building the party into a formidable vehicle for winning elections. But it must transform from a mere vehicle for attaining electoral victories to an organization that can confidently chart and execute a development path for Nigeria.

“In conclusion, Yoruba leaders of thought appealed to Nigerians in general to keep a date with Asiwaju Tinubu on February 25, 2023 to drive the shared prosperity that the Asiwaju presidency is bound to bring to Nigeria.”

The communique was signed by Prince Olusi and the Secretary of the group, Hon.Adebayo Aina

The session was attended by Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-olu; and his Ekiti State counterpart, Biodun Oyebanji; former Governors: Segun Osoba, Ogun; Gbenga Daniel, Ogun; and Adegboyega Oyetola, Osun; as well as Deputy Governor of Lagos State Femi Hamzat; Dr. Yomi Finnih and prominent traditional rulers across the Southwest.



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