Group rallies support Tinubu’s ahead of 2023 Presidential aspiration

It was reported that, Asiwaju Vanguard Campaign Group, has stated its resolve to galvanise support for the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s presidential aspiration ahead of 2023.

The group which officially joined the teeming support groups canvassing for Tinubu’s aspiration,declared an irrevocable poise to galvanise political loyalists for the vision across the country.

The group’s National Coordinator, Mr. Folarin Adekanbi at a press parley held in Lagos, appraised the contributions of the political icon, citing his unmatched qualities as a detribalised human capacity builder.

According to Adekanbi, the group with visible spread in all the geopolitical zones of the country will passionately influence political view of Nigerians towards massively ensuring Tinubu become the nation’s president come 2023. We hereby irrevocably stand with Tinubu as the coming President of Nigeria in 2023, because no retreat no surrender. However, he added saying that his antecedent shows the stuff he is made of as exemplified in Lagos where he groomed so many leaders, the likes of the Vice President of Nigeria, Professor Yemi Osibanjo and many other figures. Because given his experience with maturity, fear of God and passion towards human capital development, that is the kind of President Nigeria needs not the mansion builders but we need the builder of people.

Speaking on the sideline, the group’s Southwest National Coordinator, Hon.Femi Olowole (AKA Denmark), who also spoke glowingly about the resourcefulness and proactive attributes of Tinubu, urged all to team up and ensure he becomes Nigeria’s next president.

Olowole said: He is a bridge builder, a man that has compassion, a tested and trusted democrat, we believe that he is a man that has shown so much love to this country. Further added that, If anybody believes in the sovereignty of this country such can always come on board to be the President of this nation.

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