2023: Atiku, Tinubu or Obi? Yoruba Elders Reveal Presidential Candidate Yoruba People Will Vote for and Why

2023: Atiku, Tinubu or Obi? Yoruba Elders Reveal Presidential Candidate Yoruba People Will Vote for and Why

  • The presidential ambition of Bola Tinubu has continued to receive major support following his success story as a former governor of Lagos state
  • In fact, notable leaders in the country have expressed delight that he will be taking over from President Muhammadu Buhari in 2023 because they believe he has all it takes to fix Nigeria
  • The Yoruba Council of Elders also noted that the bold language of the people in the southwestern region of the country reveals;ls they will vote for Tinubu in next year's election

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On Thursday, November 24, the Yoruba Council of Elders, (YCE) expressed optimism that the majority of Yoruba people will vote for the Presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu in the 2023 election.

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Speaking with journalists in Ibadan after his inauguration, the new President-General of YCE, Ajibade Oyekan, stressed that the body language of the majority of members of the group has shown that they will vote for Tinubu in the election, Vanguard reported.

2023 general elections, Bola Tinubu, Kashim Shettima, Yoruba Council of Elders
Yoruba elders revealed Bola Tinubu will get huge support from the Yoruba people in next year's election. Photo credit: Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu
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Why Yorubas will vote Tinubu in 2023

The group noted that it has not endorsed any presidential candidate but understands through the body language, the people's preferred presidential candidate.

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He said:

“I have said, we are a non-partisan organisation; we don’t talk about politics here and that has held us together, bound us together for all these years.
“We didn’t discuss who to vote for, but the body language of the entire members tells me that we should look inwards since we have a Yoruba man there.
“I can see that people will vote for their kinsman. So, the majority of our members, without discussing, without agreeing on any particular candidate will vote for Tinubu. The majority of our members are for him.

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“Please get me right, we are not, as a group, endorsing a particular individual, because once you do that, you are just mocking yourself, because members are going to the polling booth to vote individually with their conscience.
“Our body language just tells us that majority of our people are going to vote for Tinubu.”

Tinubu's son begins building bridges across Niger, leads million youths in top Arewa state, photos emerge

Politics appear to be a way of life in the family of Bola Tinubu, the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC).

This is, because, as the former governor of Lagos state is building bridges across the niger and fronting his campaign in the 2023 race, his family are not left out.

The latest in the narrative is his son, Seyi Tinubu, who led millions of Nigerian youths in Kano state on Sunday, November 20.

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Death strikes again as Tinubu's in-law and Lagos commissioner loses husband

Legit.ng earlier reported that Bola Tinubu, the APC presidential candidate in 2023 presidential, has been thrown into another mourning as he lost his husband-in-law to the cold hands of death.

Kolapo Akande is the husband of Oluremi Tinubu and Lagos commissioner for commerce, industry and cooperatives, Lola Akande.

Kolapo's death will be the third in a roll within the APC family in Lagos since Tuesday when Tinubu flagged off his presidential campaign in Jos.

Source: Legit.ng

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