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Group backs Tinubu’s bid

By Jubril Bada

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The SouthWest Concerned Stakeholders of the Social Democratic Party (SDP) has thrown their weight behind the presidential ambition of the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu in the next year general elections.

The Chairman of the concerned stakeholders of the party in the region, Dr. Sola Agboola, disclosed this in an interview with The Hope.

He said the stakeholders decided to support the APC presidential candidate in the 2023 general elections, having looked at all presidential candidates presented by various political parties, SDP inclusive and believed Tinubu has most intimidating political credentials for the position to bring the country out of the wooes.

According to him, the SouthWest Concerned Stakeholders of the SDP had held a meeting with loyalists and the party supporters who decided to support the presidential ambition of Tinubu.

Agboola, who explained that Tinubu is naturally gifted in lifting people up said the support of the stakeholders for his ambition was due to his legacy and masterpiece of his administration as former governor of Lagos State.

“As the chairman of Concerned Stakeholders of SDP in the SouthWest, we have held a meeting and l personally with loyalists, admirers and party supporters our own position is for Jagaban.

“Either enemy likes it or not l Agboola , the initiator of Tiwa N Tiwa which was initiated as a result of realization that Omo Eni O Ni Sedi Bebere Ka Fi Leke Si ldi Omo Elomi.

“We have looked at all candidates presented by various political parties, SDP inclusive and we believed that the one has the most intimidating political credentials, capacity and capability to bring Nigeria out of wooes is Asiwaju Ahmed Tinubu.

“It is not the question of a party, it is a question of encouraging all and sundry to support Tinubu who has been sent by God to lead Nigeria out of wooes.

“Very soon we will be campaigning for him,” the chairman stated.

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