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Tinubu Makes APC Stand, Attacking Him Will Kill The Party


One thing is certain, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu started what is called APC today, he was the first man to visit the president, then General Muhammadu Buhari, after the 2011 election and discussed the idea with him. He didn’t stop at that, he mobilized his assets and arsenal for the job before others came on board later.

A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, Lateef Raji, has cautioned his fellow party members that the recent attacks on APC’s National Leader, Asiwaju Tinubu, will lead to the ruin of the ruling party.

“The history behind the merger that later culminated in the APC is well known and well    documented. The role played by Tinubu is also known to all. In whatever terms, his contributions cannot be quantified. So,
efforts by anyone to rubbish his contributions will spell doom for the
fortune of the party if not now but later.”

Babatunde Raji said in a statement on Tuesday, June 30, that Tinubu was the pillar
of the APC and if he was frustrated out of the party, the APC may not
to be together as party in the next election.
The party chieftain stated that the current leadership crisis of the
National Assembly and recent developments, are testament that some
forces within the party are intent on rubbishing some leaders in the
party, especially, Tinubu, whom he says is viewed as a threat.

“It is known to all that the shadow elections that were conducted
indicated that certain individuals emerged as preferred candidates of
the party but these two members (Bukola Saraki and Yakubu Dogara)
decided to go against the will of the party by openly defying the will
of the party to contest the offices.

“The decision of the two to team up with opposition political parties
will not in any way augur well for smooth running of the Muhammadu
Buhari administration as debates, policies and appointments needed for
good governance would be stalled thus making the process of delivering
on campaign promises tedious.”



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