Jun 26, 2022

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2023: Bola Tinubu projected to win APC presidential ticket – Legit.ng

As the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) holds its presidential primary today, June 7, former Lagos state governor Bola Ahmed Tinubu is seen as the favorite to win in the presidential election ticket.

However, some other candidates in the primaries may cause surprises if the party cannot agree on a consensus candidate, reports The Cable.

Here’s a look at the top three contenders for the APC presidential ticket

Bola Tinubu

If the primary comes without external intervention, Tinubu is the man to beat. This is due to its political structure and its war chest. He was the first in APC to openly express his interest in becoming president, which he said was his “lifelong goal.” He also started reaching out to delegates earlier than the others and covered more grounds than the others, although questions are still being asked about his health and the possibility of a Muslim-Muslim ticket if he wins.

< p class=" align-left">Tinubu is predicted to win the APC presidential primary because he enjoys massive support in a number of states with high numbers of delegates.

Rotimi Amaechi

Rotimi Amaechi

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The former transport minister has an important political network, given his profile will probably work well for him as speaker and governor. That being said, as one of Buhari Amaechi’s closest people, Amaechi stands a good chance in either voting or consensus.

Yemi Osinbajo

I see danger: Ayo Fayose writes Tinubu, reminds him like Abiola, Awolowo were dealt with

Meanwhile, an open letter was written to Bola Tinubu, the former governor of Lagos. The letter was written by Ayo Fayose, the former governor of Ekiti.

In the letter, posted on Twitter on Monday, June 6, Fayose said his views were speaking out the perspective of a Yoruba man and not as a politician.

Fayose said the All Progressive Congress (APC)’s leading presidential candidate is swimming against the current of the cabal in his party.< /p>< p>Source: Legit.ng