Seyi Tinubu Leads APC Youths To Visit Akeredolu
Seyi Tinubu, son of the Presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu, on Tuesday, met with the Governor of Ondo State, Rotimi Akeredolu.
Naija News reports that Tinubu alongside members of the Youth Directorate of the APC Presidential Campaign Council (PCC) met with Akeredolu at the Government House in Akure, the state capital.
Receiving the youths, Akeredolu commended Seyi Tinubu and his team for the rigorous campaign embarked upon for the success of the APC and its standard bearer.
While appreciating the youths in the party for their relentless efforts, the governor revealed that youth will determine the outcome of the next week’s Presidential election.
Akeredolu explained that the choice of the Presidential candidate of the APC, Tinubu was premised on informed decisions based on his competence and track record.
He said: “We didn’t waver when we said that the Presidency must come to the South. And when it got to the south, we didn’t waver when we said competence and track record are important.
“Our choice of Asiwaju was premised on the informed decision not because we are from the same tribe.”
Earlier, Seyi Tinubu said the youth council came to seek governor Akeredolu’s approval for a meeting with youths in the state.
He, therefore, appreciated the governor for his commitment to youth development and inclusion.
He said: “We have come to seek your approval to add to what you have done in the state already in terms of the campaign. We will be in Ondo for the next two days to meet with the youths.
“Thank you for all you have been doing for Ondo and Nigeria. Most especially for young Nigerians and youths in the state. With the work you have done, we know Asiwaju has no worries in Ondo State.”
The governor was joined by the Deputy Governor, Hon. Lucky Aiyedatiwa; National Vice Chairman of the party (Southwest), Hon. Isaac Kekemeke; Secretary to the State Government, Princess Oladunni Odu; Commissioner for Finance; Hon. Wale Akinterinwa; and the Director-General of the Project Performance and Implementation Monitoring Unit (PPIMU), Babajide Akeredolu.