Direct or Indirect Primaries Tinubu'll Win Primary, Secondary Elections, Former Lawmaker Boasts

Direct or Indirect Primaries Tinubu'll Win Primary, Secondary Elections, Former Lawmaker Boasts

  • A former lawmaker of the House of Representatives has said that Bola Tinubu is an ideal candidate for the 2023 presidency
  • Abdulmumin Jibrin said whatever process is adopted in choosing party flagbearers for the 2023 presidential elections, Tinubu would emerge victorious
  • Jibrin also urged members of the oppsoition to focus on campaigning for their candidates and quit criticising the APC's national leader

The director-general of the Tinubu Support Group Management, Abdulmumin Jibrin, has said that securing the presidential ticket of the All Progressives Congress (APC) would be a breeze for the party's national leader, Bola Tinubu.

Speaking on the January 16's, episode of Channels Television Politics Today, Jibrin, a former member of the House of Representatives, said he is confident that Tinubu would also win the 2023 presidential election.

Abdulmumin Jibrin
Jibrin said he is confident that Bola Tinubu will win all phases of the 2023 presidential election Photo: @AbdulAbmJ
Source: Twitter

Jibrin said this while responding to questions on the controversies and dust being raised on the insertion of direct primaries in the Electoral Act Amendment Bill by the National Assembly.

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However, that part of the amendment of the Act has since been expunged by lawmakers of the Ninth Assembly.

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According to Jibrin, the most important thing about the forthcoming election is that it must be subjected to democratic processes.

He said:

"The most important thing is that it (the process) would be subjected to a democratic process and members of the party will decide who they want as their candidate and of course, the same would be applied in the general elections."

He said that even at the final league of the electioneering process when all eligible Nigerians cast their votes - a final decision to select who becomes president in 2023 - Tinubu would also emerge victoriously.

Jibrin said:

"And I can tell you, Insha Allah, Asiwaju Tinubu would have no problem whatsoever, I have said this repeatedly, whether you subject it to direct or indirect primaries, Asiwaju will win the primary and secondary election Insha Allah."

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The opposition should get their acts together - Jibrin

Also, in a tweet made by the Tinubu Media Support, Jibrin was quoted saying that the opposition should not be stuck in criticism but rather work towards ensuring their candidates are brought to the limelight.

He said:

"Instead of getting stuck in criticism, invest your time and energy to mobilise support for your preferred aspirants and candidates."

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In an effort to build alliances ahead of the 2023 general election, Bola Tinubu visited a former military head of state in Minna, Niger state.

The APC national leader was at the Hilltop residence of General Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida (retired) in Minna, Niger state gathered that the two political heavyweights had a closed-door meeting before the national leader of the APC spoke on the visit.

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Ahead of the 2023 presidential election, Tinubu makes another big promise to Nigerians

Nigerians have been assured that the school fees of their children and wards would be taken care of by 2023.

Bola Tinubu, the national leader of APC, said he would ensure that every Nigerian child gets free education once he is elected as president in 2023.

According to the APC national leader, all Nigerians would be able to study for free from their primary education to the tertiary level.


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