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Tinubu Speaks On Backing Peter Obi Or Atiku For 2023 Presidency (Video)

 

Atiku, Obi In Attendance As Tinubu Shuns Arise TV Town Hall Meeting

The presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Ahmed Tinubu has opened up on whom he would endorse between his two major opponents if he were not running for president.

Naija News reports that the front runners for the 2023 presidential election are Peter Obi of the Labour Party, Bola Tinubu of the APC and Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party.

Tinubu, while speaking in an interview with the BBC, explained that he would not pick any of his opponents if he were not running for president.

According to him, Atiku and Obi lack confidence and are not qualified enough to run the country.

He went on to state that he is the only one out of the trio who is capable enough to lead Nigeria.

Watch the video below.

Shehu Sani Reacts To Ado-Doguwa Threat To Deal With Those Who Won’t Support APC

Former Kaduna Central lawmaker, Shehu Sani has reacted to the statement of Kano lawmaker, Alhassan Ado-Doguwa to deal with those who don’t vote for the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the forthcoming election.

Taking to his Twitter account on Tuesday, the former lawmaker said the threat by Ado-Doguwa who is the Majority Leader of the House of Representatives is a serious threat to the 2023 elections.

Naija News earlier reported that Doguwa was caught on camera threatening to deal with those who won’t vote for the All Progressives Congress (APC).

The APC lawmaker representing Doguwa/Tudun Wada Federal Constituency of Kano State made the declaration during a campaign rally.

Speaking to his supporters in Hausa language, the lawmaker said: “On election day, it is either you vote for APC or we deal with you mercilessly.”

Reacting to the viral video, Sani told the lawmaker to withdraw the statement.

He wrote: “The threat to deal with anyone who refuses to vote for the ruling APC in Kano is unfortunate and a serious threat to peaceful elections. I advice the ranking Honorable member involved, who is still a lawmaker for over two decades to withdraw this statement.”

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