Tinubu better than Atiku, Obi – Support group
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Supporters of the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, have said that Tinubu/Shetima presidency would benefit the youths and every other segment in the country if they were voted into power.
The Convener of the Progressives Consensus for Tinubu and Shetima, Muyideen Aliyu, said in an interview with our correspondent on the sidelines of the group’s visit to the Federation of Muslim Women’s Associations in Nigeria Orphanage in Ibadan on Sunday that the APC candidate is far better than other candidates in the race.
The group, which consists of Christians and Muslims donated foodstuffs and other items to the home during the visit.
Aliyu said Tinubu had demonstrated that he had the capacity to turn around the situation in the country. He said this was evidenced in the way he repositioned Lagos State and put it on the path to economic prosperity and peace while he was in charge.
He said, “There is no doubt that Asiwaju Bola Tinubu is the best among the presidential candidates we have around. If you take a look at what he did while he was governor in Lagos State.
“He loves the youths and his programnes will positively affect the lives of the youth more. He has plans for the young and the old and Nigeria needs a man like him at this time to stabilize the country and put it on the path to development.
“There are some of the programmes he initiated as governor that were copied at the federal level then. He is a visionary leader and Nigerian youths will benefit greatly from Tinubu-Shetina presidency coke 2023.
“We will campaign for him by mobilizing support and through charity donations. We have seen what he has done especially in Lagos State when he was the governor. He will do much more for Nigeria if he wins the coming presidential election.”
Acting Woman Leader Omolola Uthman, also urged Nigerian women and the youths to support the APC candidate, saying their interests would be well taken care of by him.
The matron of the home, Alhaja Ashiata Idowu, expressed gratitude to the group. She said the home had trained about 800 and some of them had graduated from universities and were doing well now.