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2023: We Will Leave No Stone Unturned To Ensure Tinubu Becomes Nigeria’s President – Arewa Youths

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The Arewa Youth Alliance has said it is supporting Bola Ahmed Tinubu to become President in 2023. 

The northern group in a statement released through its coordinator, Hon Lawan Bello, noted that the former governor of Lagos State possessed all that is required of a good leader. 

AYA pointed out that the managerial skill, technical know-how, and national appeal of the APC chieftain put him in the best position to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari come 2023. 

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Bello insists that the group would ensure that no stone is left unturned for Tinubu to emerge president in 2023. 

He urged all political parties in Nigeria to adopt Tinubu as the sole candidate for Nigeria. 

The Arewa youth leader’s statement reads: “APC leader has the capacity, national appeal, and technical know-how, management skills to lead and unite Nigeria based on his landmark achievement as Lagos Governor and as National leader of APC with a voluminous contribution to the success of the Buhari administration.

“His policies and actions culminated into a practical development model that based on research conducted, many states in Nigeria have since adopted it and this model is also been used by prestigious institutions of learning across the globe as one of the successful development and economic models from Africa’s largest Country.

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“The Arewa Youth Alliance for 2023 will leave no stone unturned to ensure Tinubu becomes the next President of Nigeria come to 2023 God willing.” 

Some sections of Nigerians have been clamouring for Tinubu to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari in 2023. 

Amid the calls, the former Lagos State governor has been silent on running for the presidency in 2023.

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