2023 Presidency: Bola Tinubu Vows Not to Step Down

Bola Tinubu is said to have stated that he will not resign in favor of a favoured candidate. When he appeared before the party’s presidential screening committee, the frontline aspirant on the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) platform was believed to have stated this.

According to the Leadership newspaper, Tinubu stated directly before the committee that he will not consent to a consensus under any circumstances.

The newspaper’s assertion, however, cannot be substantiated because the screening committee did not allow media inside the event.

The APC national leader was one of twelve presidential candidates who were examined in secret by the party yesterday. Tinubu stated categorically that he will never resign in favor of a favoured candidate.

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Tinubu, the Minister of Aviation, is one of the twelve presidential candidates that have been examined so far, others are minister of Transportatation, Rotimi Amaechi; Jigawa State governor, Abubakar Badaru; former Senate president, Ken Nnamani; former minister of State for Education, Emeka Nwajuiba, former governor of Ogun State, Senator Ibikunle Amosun; fiery Lagos cleric and former vice presidential candidate to Muhammadu Buhari in 2011, Pastor Tunde Bakare. Others are Ebonyi state governor, Dave Umahi; former Zamfara State governor, Ahmed Sani Yerima; Senator Ajayi Boroffice; the only female aspirant, Barr (Mrs) Uju Kennedy Ohnenye, and Pastor Nicholas Felix Nwagbo.

Meanwhile, Bola Tinubu, who came before the party’s screening panel on Monday, May 30, is said to have pleased the panelists during his session.

Tinubu impressed the screening committee, which was chaired by John Oyegun, with the way he answered and provided insight into many of the issues posed. This was revealed by Bayo Adenuga, the Tinubu campaign’s spokesman, in a statement. He said the former Lagos governor highlighted his accomplishments and why he is qualified to be president when he went before the panel.

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