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North indebted to Tinubu, it’s payback time — APC mobilisation c’ttee

The Director, Contact and Mobilisation, of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Presidential Campaign Council for the North West, Aminu Sani Jaji, has said that the…

The Director, Contact and Mobilisation, of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Presidential Campaign Council for the North West, Aminu Sani Jaji, has said that the North is indebted to the party’s presidential candidate, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, and should play key roles for his emergence as President Muhammadu Buhari’s successor in 2023.

Jaji, a former Chairman of the House of Representatives Committee on Intelligence and Internal Security, spoke yesterday in Abuja during the inaugural meeting of the contact and mobilisation sub-committee.

He said Tinubu played a key role for the emergence of Buhari as president in 2023, adding that all the geo-political zones in the North should work for the APC victory considering the antecedents of the party’s presidential candidate.

He further said, “North West constitutes the majority of the electorate and to a large extent determines who becomes the president of this country. So this election is a walk over for the APC. Our candidate has the capacity to deliver. We will ensure the victory of Bola Ahmed Tinubu in 2023.

“The people of the South West supported Buhari to clinch the presidency in 2015 and this is the time to work for Tinubu to clinch the presidency in 2023. So we must get acquainted with our candidate’s manifesto, go to the grassroots and communicate the message to the people in a language they will understand.”

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