2023 Elections: Tinubu Will Defeat Peter Obi, APGA in Anambra, APC Chieftain Declares, Gives Strong Reasons

2023 Elections: Tinubu Will Defeat Peter Obi, APGA in Anambra, APC Chieftain Declares, Gives Strong Reasons

  • The ruling APC has maintained that the Bola Tinubu will defeat Peter Obi of the Labour Party in Anambra and the Southeast region
  • According to a chieftain of the party, Tinubu has all it takes to win the elections in Anambra and the Southeast
  • Dozie Ikedife also said someone who will provide good governance should be given a chance, and Tinubu is the right person for the job

Ahead of the 2023 general elections, a chieftain of the All Progressive Congress (APC), Dozie Ikedife Jnr has revealed powerful indicators that will boost the chances of Bola Tinubu, the presidential standard-bearer of the party, to win more votes in Anambra and Southeast than Peter Obi of the Labour Party (LP), and Peter Umeadi of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA).

In an interview with newsmen on Monday, January 30, in Nnewi, Anambra state, Ikedife, who is the Southeast zonal organizing secretary of the party, said that the party's presidential candidate has all it takes to win Anambra and Southeast.

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APC chieftain speaks on Tinubu's victory in Anambra and Southeast region. Photo credit: Bola Tinubu, Mr. Peter Obi
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How Obi will lose to Tinubu, APC chieftain speaks

Legit.ng's regional reporter in Anambra, Mokwugwo Solomon, also quoted Ikedife as saying that APC has national spread and national acceptance, controls the federal government and a majority of the states in Nigeria. The young Ikedife was also quoted as saying that APC has been able to deliver good governance to Nigerians over the years.

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He said:

"We appreciate the fact that APGA is domicile in Anambra state. We also acknowledge that the OBIdient Movement is powerful in Anambra and the Southeast; but this time around - as far as the February 25th presidential election is concerned, APC will change the narrative.
"Obviously, APC is very strong in Anambra with formidable structures. APC has two ministers from Anambra state. Chris Ngige is the Hon. Minister of Labour and Employment; and Sharon Ikeazor is the Hon. Minister of State for Environment. We also have Ben Akabueze as Director in the Budget Office; Margery Okadigbo as the Chairman of NNPC Board; as well as George Moghalu as the Executive Chairman of NIWA. All of them are sons and daughters of the state, and their positions will play very important roles in delivering results for APC in the coming elections."

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The presidency is not about age

On the issue of age being a barrier to Tinubu's aspiration, he contended that the presidency is not all about age; but about being able to understand superior argument and logic.

His words:

"Presidency is about delegating duties to the right people and putting the right people to the right tasks. Tinubu is a master in identifying talents and giving talents the right opportunity to work for the greater goals.
"Presidency is not about weight lifting. It is about sitting down, talking with your team, and delegating assignments. I believe that with the kind of experience that Tinubu has, he has the capacity to lift the economy of Nigeria, and place it in the right part of development.
"Tinubu has the best manifesto. In all his undertakings, he has shown consistency. The mind-bugling developmental milestones in Lagos today are ideas ventilated by Tinubu. Tinubu is a master of good governance, and I have no doubt in my mind that he will replicate same if elected president."

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On the argument that Southeast should be allowed to produce a Nigerian president of Igbo extraction, Ikedife contended that what is necessary is the person that will provide good governance.

He said:

"I don't think that you and I care at all if the person that built the second Niger Bridge is from Southeast or not. People that ply the bridge are happy; but do not care if it was built by a person from the North or Southeast What should be important to us is the person that provides good governance, and is able to deliver results."

Asari Dokubo finally tells his people who to vote for and why they should support the presidential candidate

Similarly, Asari-Dokubo predicted a landslide victory for the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

This comes as the former Niger Delta freedom fighter appealed to the Kalabari Kingdom in Rivers state and Izon people to vote for Tinubu.

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He insisted that by all indications the former Lagos state governor would cruise the people to victory following his tested and trusted administrative capacity.

INEC releases final list of regions and a state-by-state breakdown of registered voters, other details

Ahead of the 2023 general elections, the Independent National Electoral Commission has released the final list of voters that will cast their ballots in the elections.

According to the electoral umpire, the Northwest and Southwest got the lion’s share of the 93.4 million eligible voters.

The voter register was presented at a meeting with leaders of political parties at the INEC headquarters, Abuja, by the commission’s chairman, Mahmood Yakubu.

Source: Legit.ng

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