"Majority of Ndigbo will vote for Bola Tinubu," Governor Hope Uzodimma Boasts
- Nigerians in the southeast region will votes massively for Bola Tinubu the flag bearer of the All Progressives Congress, Governor Hope Uzodimma has said
- Uzodimma believes that President Muhammadu Buhari's administration has done so much for the people of the southeast and his legacy has to continue
- According to the governor, Nigerians are in dire need of leaders who have the interests of people at heart
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Imo State governor, Hope Uzodimma, has said that the majority of the people in the southeast will vote for the All Progressives Congress (APC) and its presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu.
Uzodimma while speaking on Channels Television said that there are indications that the ruling party will win at all levels of government in the general elections.
The governor said that President Muhammadu Buhari's administration has delivered landmark projects across the region in the last seven and half years since it took over power from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
He also said that in democracy, what is most important is to have leaders who have the people's interests at heart.
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“Democracy is not about where you come from or who your relation is. Democracy, particularly as it is practised in Nigeria, is partisan.
“If you see what my government has done in the last three years and what President Muhammadu Buhari has been able to do since he assumed office, the only thing for the people to do is to keep encouraging the APC to continue with the leadership of the country.”
Uzodimma added that Nigerian politicians must rise above tribal sentiment as the ruling party has done so much and, therefore, is the party to beat.
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The approval was expressly made by the governor of the state David Umahi, ahead of the slated date for the Labour Party's campaign.
Umahi also warned against denying access to government-owned facilities to opposition political parties.
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Peter Obi earlier said that it is politicians like Arthur Eze that he wants to retire with his presidential bid in 2023.
Obi's reaction comes after Eze cautioned against his presidential ambition noting that he was never in support of the former governor's plan to contest in the 2023 election.
A spokesperson for Obi said Arthur Eze's comment over Obi's presidential bid only shows that the businessman is scared of losing his influence on the people.