APC/PDP War: Atiku is Dubai minded, don’t vote him ~Tinubu warms Nigerians
The presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Senator Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, and the headman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, on Sunday promised to stay at home to govern the country if elected president in 2023.
The former Lagos State two times governor disclosed that he would devote his time and energy to serve the country and not govern Nigeria from Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, UAE.
IsL source gathered that in an interactive session with members of the popular Tijjaniyyah sect, the APC presidential candidate said he would not be a part-time president who would share his time between living in Dubai and Nigeria.
He promised he would concentrate his attention and energy on confronting and surmounting Nigeria’s pressing challenges.Also, source reports that Tinubu’s media aide, Tunde Rahman, in a statement on Sunday quoted Tinubu to have said:
“I will give Nigerians 100 per cent of my time, not 50 per cent in Dubai and 50 per cent in Nigeria, ”However, members of the Tijjaniyyah sect led by leader, Sheikh Bashir Tijjani Usman Zangon Bareebah, presented a long list of issues the sect wants the APC presidential candidate to address when he gets to the office.
Top on the list is improved electricity, full security, giving agriculture full attention including provision and completion of dams and improved quality education for Nigerians, IsL source reports.
He promised Nigerians that there would be total commitment on his part to the course and development of the country.