2023: Suspense As Tinubu Holds Closed-door Talk With Buhari In Abuja, Photos Emerge

2023: Suspense As Tinubu Holds Closed-door Talk With Buhari In Abuja, Photos Emerge

  • The national leader of the ruling APC, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, met with President Muhammadu Buhari recently
  • The meeting was held on the night of Tuesday, May 3, at Presidential Villa, Abuja, but the agenda is still a mystery
  • This meeting is coming days after the presidential hopeful picked his expression of interest and nomination form

Abuja - Days after picking his expression of interest and nomination form, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu met with President Muhammadu Buhari on the night of Tuesday, May 3.

Although the closed-door meeting was held at Aso Rock Presidential Villa in Abuja, State House correspondents are yet to know what the agenda was, The Cable reports.

However, photos of the said meeting were shared by the Tinubu Support Group via Twitter.

Tinubu, Buhari in Abuja
Nothing is known about the agenda of the meeting (Photo: Tinubu Support Group)
Source: Twitter

See the photos on Twitter.

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2023: Inside sources say Tinubu may be forced to join SDP

Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that Tinubu had begun consultations with the Social Democratic Party (SDP), as an alternative platform to actualise his presidential ambition, if his party failed to give him the ticket.

Sources close to the SDP said Tinubu met with some leaders of the political party recently to seek a soft landing for him.

The move by the former Lagos state governor was said to have been triggered by the recent event that led to the emergence of consensus candidates for the APC chairmanship and some other positions at the national convention of the party in Abuja.

A stalwart of the APC quoted in the report said:

“Tinubu is not leaving anything to chance as the political horse-trading continues among the major presidential aspirants in the ruling APC.

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“Our leader cannot be railroaded to support any outsider. He has committed too much to making Nigeria what it is today and it will be a disservice to Nigeria for anyone to block Tinubu from taking the presidential ticket in 2023.”

2023: CSOs, APC support groups adopt Asiwaju Bola Tinubu

Earlier, several Civil Society Organisations as well scores of APC support groups on Tuesday, April 5 in Abuja unanimously adopted Tinubu as their preferred presidential aspirant.

The groups stated that a vote for Tinubu will be a reward for the support he gave President Muhammadu Buhari in 2015 and 2019.

Source: Legit.ng

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