Tinbu News for today – Asivaju Bola Ahmed Tinbu news and watch below to read latest updates on Tinubu. This article will provide you the latest news updates on Asivaju Tinubu who is the Presidential candidate of All Progressive Congress.
Asivaju Tinubu news is what we’re serving you today, so if you’re wondering what’s new about him, we’ve taken the time to carefully compile all the latest news on the presidential candidate.
Asivaju Bola Ahmed Tinbu – All Progressive Congress Presidential Candidate
A few months ago, Asivaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu won the APC presidential ticket and as a result, is set to contest for the seat of Nigeria’s number one citizen in the upcoming 2023 general elections. His running mate, Kashim Shettima, the former governor of Borno State, will be his vice-president if he wins.
The man, Asivaju Tinubu, who was once the Acting Governor of Lagos State from 1999 to 2007 and who was instrumental in Buhari’s emergence as President of Nigeria, is now elected for the seat of President of Nigeria under the umbrella of the All Progressive Congress. are fighting. (APC).
Asivaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu was not the only presidential candidate of the All Progressive Congress. He went up against thirteen other candidates from his party to win the presidential ticket.
Asivaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu received 1,271 votes from his party’s representatives to get the All Progressive Congress (APC) presidential ticket for a chance to contest next year’s presidential election.
The presidential race is looking quite tough considering the lineup of contestants and Asivaju Tinubu’s chances of winning the election in February 2023 will depend on several factors such as the ability of his running mate, his campaign coordinator, youth leader etc.
The election of Tinubu’s running mate a few weeks ago raised a lot of eyebrows and dust, as a large number of Nigerians do not like the idea of a non-Muslim ticket on the ballot for the presidency.
Well according to Nigerians, their choice of a running mate does not show any form of fairness or equality towards members of the other major religion in Nigeria, which is Christianity. From this point on, it looks like he isn’t the Nigerian Christian favorite to win, but we still can’t be sure.
Just yesterday, the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) held its conference with the theme ‘Bold Transition’.
The top three presidential candidates were invited, with Asivaju Tinubu being one of them. Tinubu did not show up, but his running mate did represent him, a move considered by most Nigerians to be a ‘red flag’.
One Twitter user even tweeted, ‘Tinuboo representing his running mate at the NBA conference is a red flag for me. Nigeria does not need a leader in proxy’.
His supporters tried to defend his party’s flag bearer’s decision, saying there was nothing wrong with it.
We’ll bring you more updates as events unfold, so try to bookmark this page and check back regularly for updates.