- Chairman of South-West Agenda for Bola Tinubu SWAGA in Lagos state, Monsuru Alao, has reiterated confidence that Tinubu will win the 2023 presidential poll
- Alao added that it is wishful thinking for the APC candidate's opponent to expect Tinubu to lose out in the 2023 race
- The Chairman hinted that Tinubu is not resting on his oars, adding that SWAGA and various supporters' organisations are mobilising both at the grassroots and top level
According to Vanguard, the SWAGA chairman in the state said the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate will defeat his opponent with a landslide victory in the 2023 presidential election.
Alao, in a statement on Tuesday, July 26, noted that though the party lost Osun state, Tinubu will emerge from the ashes of the loss to a landslide victory at the presidential poll in 2023
2023 election will be different ball game - Tinubu's supporters' group
He expressed confidence that the 2023 election would be a different ball game, adding that the former governor of Lagos state has a sizeable number of dedicated admirers in other political parties.
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He added that Tinubu is not resting on his oars, just like SWAGA and various organisations are busy working round the clock, doing intensive consultation and mobilising both at the grassroots and top level.
“Knowing Tinubu for who he is, you can be sure that he is not resting on his oars, just as SWAGA and various organizations are busy working round the clock in intensive consultations and mobilisations both at the grassroots and the top level. I am happy to tell you that all the efforts are yielding fruitful dividends.”
“It is merely wishful thinking for any of the contestants or their supporters to expect that Tinubu will lose out to them. Any of his antagonists or opponents who think so will soon discover at the last minute, that they are merely daydreaming.”
Atiku knocks Tinubu over Muslim-Muslim ticket, says APC leader suffering from memory loss
Legit.ng earlier reported that Atiku Abubakar, the presidential candidate of the PDP, hit back at his rival, Bola Tinubu of the APC, over his position on his memory state.
Atiku claimed Tinubu wanted the vice-president slot during their days in Action Congress (AC) in 2007, but he declined because of his consideration of the religious configuration of Nigeria.
Tinubu, on the other hand, said Atiku was lying, adding that he was actually offered the position, but Atiku, in his reaction to the denial, said Tinubu's memory failed him.