A former Lagos State governor and presidential aspirant of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, has said he will not retire from politics until he achieves his presidential ambition.
Tinubu stated this yesterday while addressing APC delegates in Makurdi, the Benue State capital.
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Tinubu said, “Youths of Benue, be determined to get your PVCs revalidated. I’m with you and my other colleagues here are with you as well as many others who are not here are with you to ensure your posterity and the hope of a united prosperous Nigeria is yours.
“So, we are of age, and if you want us to retire soon, but I won’t retire until I become President of Nigeria.”
He said his administration, if elected president, would rekindle the hope of ordinary Nigerians.
He further said there was no contest between him and whoever emergeg as candidate of the opposition PDP.