Nigerian Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has cleared things up with reports linking him to the 2023 presidency. speculations are circulating that Osinbajo could compete for the much-talked about upcoming presidency.
In reaction to the speculation, Laolu Akande, Osinbajo’s senior special a**istant in media and advertising, denied having distributed posters of the presidential campaign.
Akande revealed that the vice president does not participate in the printing or distribution of campaign posters or banners to indicate interest in the 2023 elections.
He noted that the vice president’s office has once again been brought to the attention of a number of activities linking him to the 2023 elections in some parts of the country, including Abuja and Kano.
According to Akande, the vice president’s office is in no way related to the 2023 political poster distribution both online and on the streets. He described them as unnecessary distractions from urgent governance tasks.
He reiterated that Osinbajo had not declared any interest in the 2023 presidency, adding that the vice president is focused on addressing all pressing issues in the country and the concerns of Nigerians.
However, Akande urged those behind the distribution of the campaign posters and banners to desist from such acts.
Previously, the poster of Osinbajo as a candidate for president and the governor of the state of Kano Abdullahi Ganduje as a candidate for vice president were sighted in some strategic places in the state of Kano
Including the Ahamdu Bello road, the Airport Road roundabout, the Murtala Muhammad road. , the Independence Way roundabout and the Kano club. roundabout among other areas.
He will recall that the Tinubu Support Group had rebuked Kogi State Governor Yahaya Bello, who asked Bola Tinubu to drop the presidential race for younger politicians.
The group’s CEO, Umar Ibrahim, noted that Bello’s failure in governance had betrayed the Not Too Young To Run campaign. According to Tinubu supporters, Governor Bello has been a failure in power and a disgrace.
Umar further stated that all Nigerians could attest to Governor Bello’s failure. He added that it would be dangerous to compromise a great nation like Nigeria with Bello, who screwed things up in his state.
The group said Governor Yahaya Bello remains the governor with the most months of unpaid wages and non-compliance despite huge amounts of revenue generated domestically and federally.