Tinubu For 2023 Presidency – UNYS

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Tinubu For 2023 Presidency- UNYS

Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, the national leader of the All Progressive Congress (APC), has been approved for the presidency of 2023.

The former Lagos state governor was endorsed by Northern youths under the auspices of United Northern Youths and Students

The group says the APC chieftain has shown himself as a man of integrity and a party man to the core –

According to the group, Tinubu’s contribution to the party has produced good results over time As the discussion for the 2023 presidency continues, Northern youths under the auspices of United Northern Youths and Students (UNYS) have endorsed the national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, to occupy the seat.

The disclosure was made in Kaduna on Friday, by the coordinator of the group, Comrade Jabir Maiturare, The Nation reports.

Sportywap gathers that the group, however, noted that the former Lagos state governor has not declared his intention to contest the number one political position yet.

According to the group, whenever Tinubu seeks to contest for any position, including the presidency in 2023, he will enjoy overwhelming support of the group.

Maiturare said the APC chieftain has contributed immensely to the North politically. He also noted Tinubu’s coordination of the southwest for an overwhelming support that brought about the victory of President Muhammadu Buhari in 2015 and 2019.

Maiturare said: “Let it be known that Asiwaju Ahmed Tinubu has not declared to contest for any position yet. Instead, he is solidly behind President Muhammadu Buhari and giving him the required support. “In any case, whenever he seeks to contest for any position, including the presidency in 2023, we are ready to give him overwhelming support, and we therefore dissociate ourselves from such irresponsible act of some minority youth from the north.”

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The call by Governor Nasir El-Rufai for the abolition of power rotation in the country was condemned by the group.

Maiturare added: “In the same vein, we wish to state categorically that Governor Nasir Ahmad El-Rufai’s statement against the zoning arrangement in place is uncalled for and should not be given any serious thought because he speaks only for himself and not for the north.”

According to the group, Tinubu has shown himself as a man of integrity and a party man to the core, whose contribution to the party has produced good results over time.

Meanwhile, we previously reported that the Coalition of Northern Groups (CNG) accused national leader of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) Asiwaju Bola Tinubu of political double-speak on matters concerning the unity of Nigeria.

The group that responded to Tinubu’s post on Monday, August 11, 2019 entitled “Let’s work for development, not separation,” said former Lagos state governor’s activities were different from his statements.

The CNG criticized Tinubu for working against the appointment of Igbo leaders to strategic roles despite northern support.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Tinubu should relax, we they ibos are not interested on that seat anymore, because we want to go away from that contraption called Nigeria. We want our Biafra.
    Only on one condition should we agree to continue and that is by restructuring and have through federalism where by the power will no longer be vested at the centre, believe me once this is done , they Hausas will no longer contest for presidency. Everyone want to be the president because of power and wealth because all the political parties in Nigeria has no ideology that is why most of them continued carpet crossing.
    Furthermore, may I remind they Ibos that no sitting Governor or past is qualified to contest for the presidency of Nigeria because all of them are stooges to the Hausa caliphate.

  2. So, the criterion for the nomination of candidate for any strategic political office in Nigeria now is not premise on patriotism to the state but loyality to the party, without considering what havoc is wrecked against the citicizenry…

  3. I really like preaching peace not disunity, it’s going to be a big task to leave Nigeria, you can’t buy Biafra with money but wisdom and unity we have come a long way.

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