…to strategize on 2023 elections.
by Christiana Gokyo, Jos
The Presidential Candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) party, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, his running mate, Senator Kashim Shettima, and Director-General of the APC Presidential Campaign Council-cum Governor of Plateau State, Rt. Hon. Simon Bako Lalong, on Wednesday, 7th September, 2022, visited the National Secretariat of the party in Abuja to meet with the National Working Committee.
While welcoming the team to is National Headquarters, APC National Chairman, Senator Abdullahi Adamu, said the visit of the Presidential Candidate of the party was an important one because it provides the opportunity to discuss issues that will ensure the success of the party in the 2023 elections.
Speaking at the meeting with the APC National Working Committee, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu said he was at the National Secretariat to formally appreciate the party leadership for the successful organization of the convention where he emerged Candidate.
According to him, apart from coming to appreciate the party hierarchy for their role in organizing a successful convention, he was also at the Secretariat to interact with the officials on the role of members ahead of the lifting of the ban on campaign by INEC.
He said the engagement was to fine-tune and also submit the proposal of the Presidential Campaign Council to the party leadership.
The Presidential candidate, Asiwaju Tinubu, commended the DG of the APC Presidential Campaign Council, Simon Lalong; the Secretary of the Council, Hon. James Faleke, and others for working assiduously to lay the foundation for the progress of the project.
In another development, he debunked the insinuations that there is an argument between him and the National Chairman, Senator Adamu. He said they have come a long way and were governors together, who have also, “by God’s arrangement, been put together on this project.”
He assured that, irrespective of such insinuations, there is no lie that can distort them from fulfilling the dream of making Nigeria a progressive nation, while the meeting later went into a closed-door session.