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Arewa Youths Endorse Tinubu For President, Vow To help Him Succeed Buhari

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Arewa Youth Alliance for 2023, a Northern organisation, has backed Bola Tinubu, National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in his presidential bid.

Tinubu, according to the youths, is the finest presidential candidate for 2023.

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Tinubu’s managerial ability, technological know-how, and national appeal, according to the group’s coordinator, Hon Lawan Bello, place him in the best position to rule Nigeria in 2023.

Bello stated that the group would work to ensure that the former governor is elected president in 2023.

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He asked all Nigerian political parties to support Tinubu as the country’s lone candidate.

Bello said in a statement that the “APC leader has the capacity, national appeal, technical know-how, and management skills to lead and unite Nigeria based on his landmark achievement as Lagos Governor and as National leader of APC with a voluminous contribution to the success of the Buhari administration.”

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“His policies and efforts culminated in a practical development model that, based on research, several states in Nigeria have subsequently followed, and this model is also employed by prestigious schools of learning across the world as one of Africa’s most successful development and economic models.”

“The Arewa Youth Alliance for 2023 will leave no stone unturned to guarantee Tinubu is elected Nigeria’s next President in 2023, God willing.”

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Some Nigerians have advocated for Tinubu to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari in 2023.

Despite the requests, the former Lagos State governor has remained silent on a presidential run in 2023.

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Despite his current silence, there are rumors that Tinubu is planning a run for president.

 

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