Sunday, 27 November 2022

Tinubu Will Be President For Eight Years ...Gov Sule


 

Nasarawa Governor Abdullahi Sule has declared the presidential candidate of the All Progressive Congress (APC) Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu will rule for eight years. 


Sule stated this in an interview with Channels Television Politics Today.


According to him: "Tinubu is going to rule this country for another eight years after Buhari. He is going to win by the grace of God, all the factors and everything looking forward is showing that Tinubu is going to win."


On Peter Obi's records in Anambra compared to Tinubu's in Lagos, Sule said: "The current Governor of Anambra state where Peter Obi was Governor was Governor is the right person who will tell you what has happened during the period of Peter Obi.


"Today, I'm in a better position to tell you what and what because I have the files in front of me, what Tanko Al-Makura did compared with what you see on the pages of newspapers.


"So if you go back now to Anambra, look at what the Governor of Anambra is saying about Peter Obi. Are you having the same thing with Asiwaju and the Governors who came after him in Lagos? Is Lagos better looking today than Anambra? So there is no comparison and there is nothing to compare,"  he said.


He said in Nasarawa, he does not know any Labour Party (LP) candidate for 2023 polls.


"Today in Nasarawa State,you can go and check, who is the Labour Party Governorship candidate in Nasarawa State? I'm not saying it with disrespect, you will not see him anywhere. I don't even know his name, this is the party that is winning the election.


"Social media election is quite different from the practical election. LP had their flag-off in my State in Lafia, the capital. We gave them a venue, the venue was a secondary school football because we didn't have the stadium ready.


"We didn't have the other centre ready? There was nobody there. It was not full, not even 50% of the venue was full. That is the same party they say will win the election," he said.


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