- The ruling All Progressives Congress has been asked to make a quick change of presidential candidate, a few months before the 2023 election
- This call was made by Atiku Abubakar's aide while reacting to the gaffe by Bola Tinubu, asking Nigerians to get their APV APC to vote in 2023
- Meanwhile, Tinubu, the APC presidential flagbearer, committed another gaffe while speaking at his presidential campaign rally in Lagos on Saturday, November 26
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The All Progressives Congress (APC) should replace its presidential candidate for the 2023 election, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, so as to avoid further embarrassment.
The Punch reported that Phrank Shaibu, the special assistant (public communications) to the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP) Atiku Abubakar, advised on Sunday, November 27.
Atiku's aide wants Tinubu replaced, gives reason
According to him, Tinubu should only be contesting to be the Grand Comedian of the Federal Republic and not Grand Commander of the Federal Republic going by his utterances and scenarios occasioned by his continued miscues and gaffes, The Sun Newspaper added.
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“But more importantly, with the disaster that the APC administration has turned out to be, it will be more catastrophic to have a Tinubu as his successor”, Shaibu said.
According to him, it had become public knowledge that every time Tinubu came out in public to make a statement or two, he always goofed.
2023 presidency: Reactions as Atiku engages stakeholders of Nigeria's creative industry, makes promise
The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, had robust and insightful conversations with members of Nigeria's creative, cultural and innovative industry on Saturday, November 26.
During his meeting with stakeholders in the industry in Lagos on Saturday, Atiku vowed to increase funds for the arts and liberalise the process of its acquisition if and when he gets the mandate in the 2023 elections.
In the former vice president's view, the creative industry is a vital one that has the potential for wealth generation at both individual and national levels.
2023 presidency: "I swear to God, I'll do it", Atiku makes promise to CAN
Discussing his plans for the country if given the mandate come 2023, Atiku assured the leadership of CAN on Tuesday, November 22, that he will restructure the entire country for good.
The former vice president said CAN's demand for a national restructuring sits well with a part of his manifesto for Nigeria.