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2023 Race: I’m Only Concerned About Tinubu, Bello – PDP’s Sowunmi


A clan leader of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Segun Sowunmi, has precluded President Muhammadu Buhari’s shots at prevailing as a competitor in any political race under the foundation of the All Progressives Congress (APC).

Sowunmi who was a visitor on Channels TV’s Politics Today on Wednesday, likewise said he doesn’t consider the To be as a danger to the PDP’s shots at winning in the impending 2023.

“Buhari isn’t an issue, I will let him out of my mouth,” Sowunmi said when inquired as to whether he can wish the President away.

He, in any case, said in case there were any dangers to the PDP’s odds, it would be the Governor of Kogi State, Yahaya Bello and APC public pioneer, Bola Tinubu.

“There are just two individuals in the APC that give me a migraine,” Sowunmi said.

“I’m stressed over Governor Yahaya Bello in view of a portion of the impressions I see him doing, he is youthful, and can interface with the right crowd and I’m stressed over Bola Ahmed Tinubu on the grounds that I know the tremendous political framework he has”.

President Buhari had lost decisions multiple times preceding winning in 2015 and his re-appointment in 2019 – accomplishments which the PDP clan leader accepts was just conceivable in view of the help of Tinubu.

“The APC didn’t win the PDP in 2015 on account of the gathering in itself; they won in 2015 and 2019 due to the help of previous Governor of Lagos State, Bola Tinubu,” Sowunmi said.

The President had pivoted his mission on three principle guarantees of reinforced security, further developed economy and the battle against debasement.

Be that as it may, with the country, progressively overflowing with monetary shakiness, instability and debasement notwithstanding cases of endeavors with respect to the public authority, Sowunmi has encouraged Nigerians to start to get their Permanent Voter’s Cards (PVCs) and settle on better choices come 2023.

“At the point when we have issues on the ground, it’s (even) too soon to discuss a political race,” he added.

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