2023 Election: Details Of Tinubu’s Meeting With APC Govship, Nat’l Assembly Candidates Emerge

The details of the meeting between the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu and the party’s governorship and National Assembly Candidates have emerged.

VANTAGE NEWS reports that a meeting between Tinubu and the other aspirants was held in Abuja on Sunday.

Details of the meeting were made known by the Secretary of the APC Presidential Campaign Council (PCC), James Faleke.

Those at the meeting include the National Chairman of the APC, Senator Abdullahi Adamu and Senate President, Ahmed Lawan, among others.

Faleke, while addressing newsmen dismissed reports that there was a rift between Tinubu and governors elected on the party’s platform.

“From our interactions with the candidates, I can assure Nigerians that we are winning the coming elections.

“As for the challenges they relayed to us that they are facing in their states, it is an internal issue and we will handle them internally,” he said.

Faleke added that the meeting was held to find out from the party’s candidates what was happening in their various states. He added that all the candidates were determined to ensure the success of the party.

The Secretary stated that Tinubu has a strong relationship with the governors of the party, insisting that  “nobody should listen to those lies. If they are bold enough, let them say it. They are the ones that have problems like the G-5, G-2, G-1.”

“We are going to deal with the INEC list. We are not dealing with a party list this time around, we already have the INEC list in our custody.

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“We have cases of somebody winning at the court of Appeal but the loser who appealed to Supreme Court wants us to stay active because of the appeal.

“But, we have told them that the law does not operate that way, we have made it clear to them that the law says that the man with substantive judgement is allowed,” he said.

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