2023: Tinubu Understands The Problems Of Nigerian Youths –APC

2023 Tinubu Understands The Problems Of Nigerian Youths –APC
Asiwaju Bola Tinubu
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The ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has drummed up support for its presidential candidate, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu claiming that he is a grassroots politician who understands the dreams and aspirations of Nigerian youths.

The clarification was made by the APC Deputy National Publicity Secretary, Yakubu Ajaka, at a town hall meeting with young Nigerians in diaspora, Saturday night, in London.

Africa Daily News, New York reports that Ajaka’s claim is slightly in contrast with the popular notion held by political pundits that the average Nigerian youth prefers the candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi, who they say has a more robust youth-oriented ideology.

But the APC deputy spokesman believes otherwise, saying the noise about Obi is limited to the realm of social media.

He said, ‘I am convinced beyond every reasonable doubt that it is only Tinubu, who understands the youths better, that can give our youths and indeed, the young men in the diaspora, the opportunity to participate and contribute to the rebirth of a new Nigeria.

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‘He has the advantage of combining both the legislative and executive experiences for a more united and prosperous Nigeria which other candidates do not have. As a governor in South West Nigeria, Tinubu had equalled to none and employed the services of young Nigerians from other states to serve in his cabinet.’

In a statement issued on Sunday which was sent to Africa Daily News, New York, Ajaka encouraged the youths, especially those in Diaspora, to work toward changing the narratives of corruption and doomsday slammed on Nigeria in the interest of national unity and speedy development.

This was as he stated that with the 2023 general election less than seven months away, the real contenders would be separated from the pretenders.

Africa Daily News, New York

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