2023 Presidency: APC govs clear Tinubu, el-Rufai, others

November 1, 2019

APC’s National Leader Bola Tinubu and Kaduna Gov/ Nasir el-Rufai are free to make their intention for the 2023 presidency known if they choose.

‘It is the essence of democracy,’ said Lagos Gov Babajide Sanwo-Olu after the APC governors meeting Thursday. Sanwo-Olu was represented by his Deputy Femi Hamzat.

There are stories campaign offices are swinging open across Lagos and Kaduna in preparation for the yet-to-be-scheduled election, though none of the hopeful has outed..

According to Sanwo-Olu, it is everybody’s dream and it is also okay to dream, but the reality is that INEC will have to come with timetable and schedule of activities first.

“What these people are doing does not mean it will work. I have not seen any campaign office in Lagos and I do not know whether there is also in Kaduna. I have never seen it but that doesn’t mean it does not exist.

“We all signed up for constitutional democracy and I have the right to bring anybody together and say I want to be president. So, whatever I do as long as its does not negatively affect any human being, its okay.

“We all say we want democracy and if some people gather and say they want to be President in 2040, I will say goodluck but we must first of all pray that God preserves their alive.

“For me, I will not worry about it, so long as the gathering is not negative to the development of Nigeria. It is part of democracy, I won’t worry about it,” he said.

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