Bola Tinubu, the All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate for president, has once more voiced confidence in his ability to win the 2023 election.
While criticizing President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration during his speech at the APC presidential campaign rally on Thursday in Osogbo, Osun State, Tinubu also expressed confidence in winning the election to succeed him in 2023 despite opposition to his candidacy.
The former governor of Lagos State said that the current administration is trying to make things uncomfortable, but he would still win the election on February 25.
Tinubu boasted that they brought in the incumbent administration and would succeed it in 2023.
The APC flagbearer said, “Nobody smash the seed from a palm nut by being gentlemanly. We are not bastards. We were the ones that put them there and we will be the ones to succeed them.
“If you say you want to frustrate us, we have come a long way and no matter what you do, we will remain steadfast. We are grateful for the way you trooped out for us.”
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TopnewsNaija recalls that Tinubu has already criticized the APC-led federal government for some of its initiatives, notably those that have to do with the 2023 elections.
In Abeokuta, Ogun State, last week, Tinubu said that the new naira policy (and the resulting scarcity) and the ongoing fuel shortage are both components of a plot by some individuals to rig the general election of 2023 and prevent him from winning.