2023: I’m qualified, won’t give excuse of failure, Tinubu tells Nigerians

The All Progressive Congress AC, Presidential hopeful, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu has described himself as the most qualified to become the president and would not give the excuse of failure if voted into power.

Tinubu said this during his presidential consultations with traditional rulers in Ondo state.

He met with the traditional rulers across the three Senatorial districts in the state.

According to him “It is true that I want to contest the 2023 presidency. I want to win the election for our people.


He  promise that he would not give any excuse for failure but a purposeful leadership that would make the country a better place

“When I rule for eight years consecutively I will drop it. The smartest and someone with the most followers will take over from me after I finish my term.


“I’m seriously bothered about the development of Nigeria. I was behind Mimiko for two years to claim his mandate. For Fayemi, I stood with him for three while trying to take his mandate. For Aregbesola, it was three years and ten months.

” I don’t run away from the battle. I’m very particular and passionate about democracy. During MKO we tried but we could not get it. When they came to meet us we seek your support and Buhari became the President.

“I have informed Buhari so that people would not say who did I inform before taking the decision.

” I’m the most qualified to become the president. I will ensure that our children get employed, there will be industries and all-around development across the country.

“Inform everyone that I want to contest. I will make Nigeria be more developed than Lagos.

“It is a pity that ordinary brake pad Nigeria cannot produce. I will turn Nigeria around for good.

“All I seek are your prayers and support for me to become the president. It is your son that wants to contest and I’m that your son.

Speaking at Okitipupa, Tinubu said that religion and ethnic division was part of the problem confronting the country adding that there was no division in Lagos State and that was why the state was thriving.

“Lagos State was the worst state in Africa when I became governor, we generate meagre revenue then but we did our best then but look at Lagos now, it generates over N40 billion in revenue

“Division is one of the problems in Nigeria too but there is no division in Lagos because any tribe or religion is welcome as they can contest and win elections and that is why Lagos is thriving.

Credit: Vanguard

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