Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has stated that he will not retire from partisan politics until he is elected President of Nigeria.
Tinubu made the pledge during a campaign tour to Benue State on Tuesday, ahead of the APC primaries on Friday, saying that if elected, he would bring his vast expertise to bear on the country’s government.
“I will not leave politics until I am Nigeria’s president.” My experience as Governor of Lagos State will inform my leadership style in Nigeria.
The former Lagos State Governor, who argued that he is the greatest man for the job, said that if he is elected as the APC’s presidential candidate, he will win the election regardless of who the People’s Democratic Party’s nominee is.
“There would be no battle between me and the candidate of the opposition PDP,” he added.
If and when elected president of the country, the APC National Leader promised to operate a transparent and open government.
“I pledge to you that I will lead a transparent and open government.” Nigeria is wealthy. “What we need to do is reroute and channel our resources in the correct path,” he stated.
Sen Kashim Shettima had previously stated that Asiwaju Tinubu is the appropriate person to lead Nigeria to the promised land, while celebrating the merits of Sen JS Tarka as the leader and emancipator of Nigeria’s minority interest groups.