Tinubu, Fayemi Meet Over 2023 Presidency, Ekiti Governorship Poll, Resolve To Work Together | Sahara Reporters

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Tinubu, Fayemi Meet Over 2023 Presidency, Ekiti Governorship Poll, Resolve To Work Together | Sahara Reporters

Tinubu, Fayemi Meet Over 2023 Presidency, Ekiti Governorship Poll, Resolve To Work Together | Sahara Reporters

The two leaders of the party, who are nursing presidential ambition, made the resolution during a meeting held in Abuja on Wednesday.

Jan 14, 2022As the 2023 general elections draws closer, National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, and governor of Ekiti State, Kayode Fayemi, have resolved to work together to address the lingering crisis rocking the party.

According to Daily Trust, the two leaders of the party, who are nursing presidential ambition, made the resolution during a meeting held in Abuja on Wednesday.The meeting came barely two days after Tinubu revealed his intention to contest the Presidency.

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by SaharaReporters, New York Jan 14, 2022 As the 2023 general elections draws closer, National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, and governor of Ekiti State, Kayode Fayemi, have resolved to work together to address the lingering crisis rocking the party.While Tinubu had declared for the presidential race, sources said Fayemi would do the same, barring last minutes change of calculation.Fikayo Olowolagba Governor Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti State has described the late former Gov.that Governor Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti State will not rock the All Progressives Congress Fayemi.

According to Daily Trust, the two leaders of the party, who are nursing presidential ambition, made the resolution during a meeting held in Abuja on Wednesday. The meeting came barely two days after Tinubu revealed his intention to contest the Presidency. Daily Trust reports that there were suggestion that the relationship between the duo had turned sour since 2018 when Fayemi was re-elected as governor. At the meeting on Wednesday, it was gathered that the two APC leaders discussed the issue of the coming Ekiti governorship election slated for June 18, this year. He stressed that the former governor was in his usual high spirit during their last meeting and did not bear any sign of illness. The party primary has been fixed for January 27. The party primary has been fixed for January 27. A source said, “While the two politicians have presidential ambition, they both face serious challenges outside the South-West region. Also, Daramola described Bamidele’s governorship ambition as a legitimate demand from the party, adding that his contributions surpassed that of every other aspirant in the party.

“Therefore, the best thing for them to do is to cement their relationship at home, speak with one voice, and concretise their relationships in the other five geopolitical zones. “Therefore, the best thing for them to do is to cement their relationship at home, speak with one voice, and concretise their relationships in the other five geopolitical zones. Fayemi noted that the demise of the late politician amounted to a double blow for the people of Ogbomosho, his home town, who were still mourning their late monarch, Oba Oladunni Oyewumi, who passed away barely one month ago. Once they achieve this, any other thing can follow as we approach the 2023 presidential election. “There are plans in some quarters outside the South-West to undermine them and therefore, their coming together is a good omen. “There are plans in some quarters outside the South West to undermine them and therefore, their coming together is a good omen.” Another source said, “The Ekiti governorship election and how to keep the party united in the state was discussed during their meeting in Abuja. The Governor offered his condolences to the government and people of Oyo State, members of Alao-Akala family and his political associates. You know seven persons have indicated interest for the race in our party. You know seven persons have indicated interest for the race in our party,” he said. “Governor Fayemi has done well, but there is need for a well-focused and experienced person, who has a scientific understanding of how to move Ekiti forward, to take over from him; someone who loves democracy and Ekiti development.

” At the national level, it was gathered that Tinubu and Fayemi reviewed the delay in the conduct of the national convention of the party. The convention, where new members of the National Working Committee would emerge, was fixed for February without a date. The convention, where new members of the National Working Committee (NWC) would emerge, was fixed for February without a date. Party sources said the delay in the conduct of the convention was part of plots of three governors; Mai Mala Buni (Yobe), who chairs the caretaker committee; Atiku Bagudu (Kebbi), Chairman of the Progressives Governors’ Forum, and Mohammad Badaru Abubakar (Jigawa), to maintain their hold on the party ahead of the 2023 general elections. Confirming the meeting, Fayemi’s Chief Press Secretary, Yinka Oyebode, said, “I don’t know why the media is interested in the meeting; don’t forget that Asiwaju and the governor have a long-standing relationship. The Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami is said to be part of the clique of the three governors. Forget what you read in the newspapers, they meet regularly. Afolabi, who expressed optimism that he would emerge victorious during the primaries, disclosed that he had developed a document based on his experiences in the United States of America to move Ekiti forward if given an opportunity.

What happened on Wednesday was one of such meetings. A source said the governors have gotten the backing of a section of the presidency to “Stop Tinubu” from picking the party’s presidential ticket. “They met in Bauchi during the wedding of the daughter of Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, and they said okay, ‘Let us meet when we get to Abuja’ and they met. That is why till tomorrow, you will not see the pictures of the meeting; there was nobody else at the meeting. There have been reports that some APC governors are mounting pressure on former President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan to join the APC. There was no camera; only two of them. “Ignore whatever you read in the papers, honestly speaking, these people, they don’t do their thing for the camera. Daily Trust gathered that the resolution by Tinubu and Fayemi was to deflate the plot of the three governors to edge them out of the race and by extension the South West geopolitical zone.

I am aware of the meeting, but I was not there. It is not an unusual thing for them to meet, they meet regularly, a relationship that has spanned 25 – 30 years don’t wish it away on the altar of politics. It was further gathered that Tinubu is banking on the support of Kano State Governor, Abdullah Umar Ganduje, the Katsina State Governor, Aminu Bello Masari, Borno State Governor, Professor Babagana Zulum and others to penetrate the North.” Asked when Fayemi will declare for the presidency, the spokesman said, “He has not told me that he is nursing any presidential ambition. He only said he has works to do, and he is concentrating on it. Across the country, the declaration has been dominating the political discourse, thus gingering other aspirants.” .