Ondo State Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu has committed himself to the media in the run-up to the 2023 presidential election.
Akeredolu in a statement on Friday, by his press secretary, Richard Olatunde, distanced himself from a press release, making it clear that he had no plans to run for the 2023 presidential election.
Olatunde, who described the development as a “unnecessary distraction”, said media posters were urging Akeredolu to throw his hat in the ring and run for the 2023 presidential election flying in some parts of the social media. media but separate the governor from it.
He said that although Governor Akeredolu had the legal authority, maturity and the right to run for office, the current campaign did not reflect in any way his immediate political position.
The statement read: “For the sake of emphasis, Governor Akeredolu who is still
the elected will will leave it to focus on promoting good governance in Ondo state. “Therefore, he urges all involved to guide him as he firmly believes that only God can put man in a position.”
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According to reports, Akeredolu’s decision to withdraw from the presidential election comes days after Ondo state governor and his Ekiti state counterpart visited the All Progressives Congress (APC) leader in London.
Although he has not yet publicly expressed his interest, it is alleged that Tinubu, a former Lagos governor, wanted to be Nigeria’s first citizen after the departure of President Buhari.
Meanwhile, many people, groups and groups are urging Bola Tinubu to express interest in the president.
The leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) party, has received the support of traditional rulers in Lagos state for the high-profile election, PM News reported.
Officials, of the Oba of Lagos, Rilwan Akiolu, supported Tinubu on a holiday organized for them at a hotel on Victoria Island, Lagos.
The monarchs assured the APC president that they were ready to support him whenever he was ready to declare his own
According to The Nation, the kings said Tinubu was qualified to work at the highest level. Leaders describe a politician as an experienced leader who has the ability to control both human and economic resources.
Similarly, politicians from the All Progressives Congress, Peoples Democratic Party, and other Nigerian politicians have warned that the 2023 presidential election will be held in the southeast in the spirit of the federal government.
This announcement was made in Enugu on Wednesday, August 25, South East for President (SEFORP) and Igbo Leader.
The Development Foundation (ILDF), a two-party political group from the region, Punch reported.
The SEFORP and ILDF leaders, Okechukwu Obioha and Godwin Udibe, at a congregation meeting in Enugu and Wednesday, made it clear that a tough case awaits each party without a ticket for its president in the southeast. thirty days.