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2023 Presidency:Tinubu has the Capacity to take over from Buhari and lead Nigeria to the promise Land- APC

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Nigeria has only three years away from the next presidential election, but political parties is fighting by all means to ratain the party in the seat comes 2023 to rule the country . Though many political bigwigs have been making statements, the most recent political stakeholder to speak on the 2023 presidency is Lanre Ogunyemi, the Lagos state APC secretary.



Ogunyemi speaking for the Lagos state chapter of the ruling party noted that if Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu decides to run for president in the next election it would not be out of place because of his track record,

The party’s state secretary, disclosing this information at a briefing on Monday, February 24, in Lagos, said the APC national leader has all it takes to lead Nigeria and has every fundamental right as a Nigerian to become the next president.



He said: “Tinubu has all it takes to lead this country and he has every fundamental right as a Nigerian to aspire; it is now left for Nigerians to accept or not, it is now left for the party to decide who flags their ship as a presidential candidate come 2023.

“Whether he has briefed us or expressed any body language, whether people are against it or not, we are sure he has everything to lead this nation.” Ogunyemi further explained that Tinubu has contributed a lot to modern Nigeria and described him as Moses our time.



Yerima, a two-term senator made the statement during an interview with Daily Trust newspaper. He said rumours making the rounds that the president and the All Progressives Congress (APC) national leader were inconsequential.

He said APC would not have any problem in 2023 because President Buhari has laid a strong foundation through good governance. Governor Buni also rejected the presidential rotation or zoning that many have been agitating for ahead of 2023.

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