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Group Promises To Mobilise 15 Million Votes for Tinubu

Group Promises To Mobilise 15 Million Votes for Tinubu

Alhaji Mohammed Uthman, the National Coordinator, Jagaba Ambassadors and Media Action (JAMA), has promised to mobilise 15 million votes for the All Progressives Congress (APC) Presidential Candidate, Sen. Bola Tinubu, for the upcoming 2023 elections.

Alhaji Uthman made this promise on Wednesday at the inauguration of the national executives, and zonal and state coordinators of Jagaba Ambassadors and Media Action (JAMA) in Abuja.

He stated that the group would use its structures across the 36 states of the federation and FCT to sensitise Nigerians on the leadership qualities of Tinubu.

He said this would guarantee victory for Tinubu and Shettima presidential ticket in the 2023 General Elections………..Continue Reading

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“Age is not the issue on leadership but capacity, talent and commitment and Tinubu has all the leadership qualities to take Nigeria to the desired level.

“Also, the APC-lead Federal Government has recorded tremendous achievements in both human and capital developments,” Uthman said.

Earlier in the event, the National Chairperson of the Tinubu/Shettima support group, Mrs. Hadizatu Mustapha, said the pair of Tinubu and Shettima would put Nigeria on the right track of development.

Mustapha articulated with optimism that the APC’s presidential candidate and his running mate would search for qualified talents to put Nigeria on the path of peace and progress if elected.

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She said that it was a wise decision that APC elected Tinubu as the party’s presidential candidate for the 2023 General Elections.

“It is my hope and prayers that this combination of game changers will attract victory for our party come 2023, to revamp the nation’s economy, enhance national cohesion and restore hope in the country.

“The common feature that that connects Tinubu and Shettima is that they are both achievers in their primary constituencies when they were tested.

“They are human resources builders whose successors have made them proud and improved on what was set before them,” she said.

Mustapha encouraged members of JAMA not to relent on their strong drive to go to the grassroots, mobilise massive support and votes for the party across the nooks and crannies of the country come 2023 General Elections.

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