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“Tinubu Won’t Loot Public Fund If Elected President In 2023” – APC Chieftain Says

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In preparation for the forthcoming 2023 presidential election, the flag bearer of the All Progressives Congress, Bola Tinubu, has been described as an industrialist and would give a deeper approach to bolster the economic system in Nigeria.

The Zamfara state chapter of the APC noted that the party’s presidential candidate will take Nigeria to the promised land of economic prosperity and security.

The Nation reports that Yusuf Idris, the spokesperson for the chapter should Nigerians elect Tinubu in 2023 the people will experience major critical changes in terms of economic prosperity in the country. Idris also assured Nigerians that they would smile if Tinubu emerges winner of the 2023 presidential election

Speaking further, the Zamfara APC spokesperson noted that Tinubu is a renowned industrialist and would give a deeper approach to bolster the economic system in the country.

His words:

”He (Tinubu) has vast experience in economics, security and governance. He is capable of consolidating the achievements of President Muhammadu Buhari and even surpassing him.

”He will surpass him (Buhari) because every good father will want his son to inherit him and Tinubu will be a good successor to Buhari.” Also stating that Tinubu is a firm democratic believer, Idris said the APC presidential candidate is a leader who operates like in the military but does not dictate as he always allows the people to vote for their choices.

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In addition, Idris said that Tinubu is not a greedy person who will accumulate or divert public funds for his personal use.

His words:

”Tinubu has a wealth of experience and he has all the qualities to be a president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. ”Also, he is the type of person who is not greedy, who is out to accumulate wealth, if elected. All what he is going to see, he has it at his disposal for over 10 to 20 years ago.”

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