2023: Tinubu authenticates Emenike’s Candidacy
… Come let’s dialogue, Uche Ogah Told
The Presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu has handed over the flag of the party to High Chief Ikechi Emenike saying he is the authentic candidate of the party in the gubernatorial election, slated for March 11, 2023.
This is even as Tinubu appealed to
the former Minister of state for Steel and Mines Development, Dr. Sampson Uchechukwu Ogah, to withdraw all Court cases he has filed against Chief Emenike.
The APC’s presidential flag bearer maintained that the latter had already secured the party’s governorship flag, noting that he must be unalloyedly supported by all and sundry to ensure a resounding victory for the party in the election.
Tinubu stated this, today, during the APC Presidential Rally and Gubernatorial Campaign flag off, held at Umuahia Township stadium,
in Abia State.
BAT who insisted on a proper dialogue and reconciliation between the warring factions of the party, urged urged Ogah to sheath his sword and meet with him.
According to him, “two persons are in court over our governorship flag, but whether they are in court or not,my position is that Chief Ikechi Emenike has gotten the governorship flag of our party and will be supported to win the election.
“Dr. Uche Ogah is my friend and a member of our party. Please tell him to stop and withdraw all Court actions he has taken and come and see me.
“Please, stop all court actions. Come and see me. Let us discuss our party in our living room.
Please, come home and let us discuss this matter. My voice is louder than yours and I am the leader of this party.
“We will put the party together to salvage the nation.
Let’s discuss this matter in our living room. We are the politicians. We put the parties together to salvage Nigeria from hunger, destitution and ignorance. Why are you taking me to third parties who are politically neutral? Please, let’s talk this matter over’, Tinubu pleaded.
The APC party leader posited his administration would make Nigeria good for the youths through transforming the educational sector to ensure that student receive good education and graduate without strike inflicted delay, as it were.
“To the students I will make sure that none of you will spend eight years in a course that should take you four years due industrial strike.
We will make education our priority”.
He, therefore, implored the youths to cast all of their votes in favour of the party on the elections day so as to ensure their victory.