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2023: Details Of Tinubu Meeting With APC Govship, N’Assembly Candidates



Tinubu Meeting With APC Govship

Details of Tinubu meeting with APC Govship and N’Assembly Candidates emerge.


NewsOnline reports that the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Senator Bola Tinubu, on Sunday, met with the governorship and National Assembly candidates of the party ahead of the forthcoming general election.

Also, present in the meeting were the members of the Presidential Campaign Council, PCC, and the National Working Committee, NWC.

The Secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Presidential Campaign Council (PCC), James Faleke, who revealed details of a meeting to newsmen, dismissed reports of a rift between Tinubu and governors elected on the party’s platform.

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He said: “From our interactions with the candidates, I can assure Nigerians that we are winning the coming elections.

“As for the challenges they relayed to us that they are facing in their states, it is an internal issue and we will handle them internally.”

According to the PCC Secretary, the meeting was held to find out from the party’s candidates what was happening in their various states, adding that there was nothing more than that.

The biggest takeaway from the meeting, according to Faleke, was the determination of the party’s candidates and its members to work for its success in the coming elections.

He said Tinubu currently has a fantastic relationship with the party’s governors across states, stressing that “nobody should listen to those lies. If they are bold enough, let them say it. They are the ones that have problems like the G-5, G-2, G-1.”

“We are going to deal with the INEC list. We are not dealing with a party list this time around, we already have the INEC list in our custody.


“We have cases of somebody winning at the court of Appeal but the loser who appealed to Supreme Court wants us to stay active because of the appeal.

“But, we have told them that the law does not operate that way, we have made it clear to them that the law says that the man with substantive judgment is allowed,” he said.