Tinubu’ll win 95% of South West votes –Are

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Director for Contact and Mobilisation Committee Directorate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Presidential Campaign Council, South West, Alhaji Mutiu Are has expressed determination of his committee to mobilise the electorate in the region and deliver a minimum of 95 per cent of votes in Yoruba land to  Bola Tinubu and his running mate, Kashim Shettima in the February 25, 2023 presidential election.Speaking at the inauguration of members of the committee in Ibadan, Are disclosed that the committee had commenced the implementation of a robust strategy to reach every nook and cranny of the region, up to the smallest cells of villages and hamlets, to win supports and votes for Tinubu and APC.Are said the executives swung into action immediately they were sworn in with visits to critical political leaders in Oyo State who he said had given them a 100 per cent assurance of total support to the Tinubu/Shettima candidacy.The director said he personalities and qualities of the presidential candidate and his running mate have made the job of mobilisation for his committee easy.“Asiwaju  Tinubu and Senator Shetima are men of character, competence, capacity and vast experience. Asiwaju laid the foundation for the exponential development of Lagos State and the success that is Lagos today. He revolutionised IGR in Lagos State, created infrastructure and institutions; and established additional councils that are centres of development today.“Vice presidential candidate Shettima ran Borno credibly even when the state was challenged by the Boko Haram insurgency. He battled Boko Haram and yet delivered dividends of democracy to the people. They are highly esteemed men. We have valuable products on our hands to market to our people. I also made bold to say that our job has been made easy.“The leadership of the Yoruba, the Afenifere leadership has already thrown its weight behind Asiwaju Tinubu and Shettima.  While the various sub nationals are allowed to flourish in a true federal system, we must at the same time not lose sight of the centre. We must also be present at the centre. Asiwaju’s candidacy offers the best opportunity for us to be important stakeholders at the Centre.”



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