- Besides the name Jagaban, Bola Ahmed Tinubu is also known as Capone of the APC in the south
- This revelation was made on Sunday, September 19th, by Ondo State Governor Olarotimi Akeredolu
- Governor Akeredolu said it was the hopes of members of the ruling party that Tinubu would return soon so that some important decisions could be made before the elections May 2023
The governor of Ondo, Rotimi Akeredolu, has the national chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC.)), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, as the party’s capone, particularly in the southern region.
Governor Akeredolu said he and other APC villains had to visit Tinubu in London due to widespread rumors that his health was in poor health deteriorated, reports The Nation.
In a publication For the Guardian, the governor of Ondo said he had convinced himself that he could safely conclude that there is nothing alarming about the politician’s health.
We are waiting for Tinubu
Akeredolu expressed the hope that Tinubu will return to Nigeria very soon so that the party can make some important decisions before the 2023 general election.
“… We visited our national guide and I was there because there were a lot of rumors here and there, and it was important for us to go and see it for ourselves I’ve been there, I’ve seen it myself, and there’s nothing worrisome about his health.
“We pray that he’ll return on time, he’s the capo for us here in the southwest and south-south. So we are waiting for him to come so that when he comes we can make some important decisions and he will support us. ”
Days after meeting Tinubu, the prominent APC governor breaks the silence the presidential election Ambition
Akeredolu had since distanced himself from advertising activities that brought him in connection with the presidential election in 2023.
The Governor of Ondo described the development as a mere unnecessary distraction.
He noted that campaign posters had been flying around in some areas of social media asking Akeredolu to shut his hat in the ring throw and vote in the 2023 presidential election, but distanced the governor from it.