- Reports have confirmed that Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the standard bearer of the APC has arrived in Ogun state for a crucial visit
- According to reports, Tinubu will be headed to the mansion of former President Olusegun Obasanjo
- The visit will also serve as one of Tinubu's strategy to ensure his victory at the 2023 presidential polls
Tinubu's return to Ogun state comes after the APC presidential candidate in the build-up to the special convention of the party some few months ago ridiculed the state governor in the state capital during a consultative visit to the party delegates.
In a viral video, Tinubu was seen ranting and questioning the loyalty of the governor. Tinubu claimed to have helped facilitate his emergence as the governor of Ogun state.
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However, earlier on Wednesday, August 17, Governor Dapo alongside ex-governor Gbenga Daniels, Olusegun Osoba, and Bisi Akande all received Tinubu as he alighted from the chopper.
2023: Tinubu to meet with Obasanjo
Legit.ng gathered that Tinubu's return to Ogun state is also to pay a visit to the former President of Nigeria, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo.
Tinubu's visit to the former president will also form part of his consultative tour to seek the blessings of the elder statesman
2023: 5000 APC elders stage protest in Lagos over Muslim-Muslim ticket
Meanwhile, it is now becoming a frequent occurrence as another protest against Bola Tinubu has been staged.
However, this time around, a protest was staged against him on home soil (Alausa, Lagos state).
Over 5000 APC members trooped out in their numbers to protest against his preference for Senator Shettima as running mates.
2023: Nigerian youths will set the agenda for Tinubu, says Yahaya Bello
In another development, Alhaji Yahaya Bello has hinted that young Nigerians will play a major role in the upcoming 2023 general elections.
The Kogi state governor stated this while canvassing support for Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the APC presidential candidate.
Governor Bello also urged young people in the country not to vote for a politician only interested in accumulating wealth.