2023: Only Tinubu can turn around Nigeria’s fortune- ABAT


A group, Asiwsju Bola Ahmed Tinubu (ABAT) Movement , on Wednesday, declared that Bola Tinubu, a Chieftain of the All Progressive Congress (APC), remained the only respected individual that could turn around the fortune of Nigeria if elected president come 2023.

The group made the declaration in a communique issued in Abeokuta after its meeting on the coming general elections in 2023.

Speaking through the communique, the Director General of ABAT, Otunba Femi Soluade, noted that Tinubu’s effort at making men had added value to the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari.

Soluade stated that Tinubu had moulded many leaders, saying that many who had there tutelage under his leadership were doing well in there respective offices.

” We should give him that opportunity to replicate what he has done in Lagos State across the nation and we believed that all the locust years will be recovered within a short time if given the mandate to be the president of this country.

” Having been convinced that education is key to a Pandora box. In building people, institution and society, ABAT Movement is of the strong belief that these, he has been able to give during the period he held sway as the governor of Lagos State.

” His successors too have not done badly. They have been able to consolidate on his achievement and they can always do better.

” If this is replicated at the national level, it therefore, becomes a walkover for Nigeria in general to taking our country back and automatically becomes a nation to be reckoned with in the comity of nations,” he said.

According to the communique, Elders’ Consultative Forum was also constituted to serve as advisors and Councelors to the Group.

“They are Elder Pstr. Michael Fajimi; Elder Tunji Olayiwola; Elder Solomon Oduyemi; Hon. Femi Otambala and Chief Mrs Quadri (Mama Maba) . They shall function on the sidelines for progress of ABAT Movement.

In attendance at the meeting were the Excecutive members of the State Working Committee (SEC) of ABAT Movement, which included: State Deputy Women Director, Chief (Mrs.) Adejoke Amu; State Director of Administration, Gbenga Agu; State Deputy Director of Communication, Otunba Abiodun Bademosi

Others are State Director of Welfare and Health, Hon. Funsho Afolabi; State Director of Organizing Committee, Hon. Soaga Babatunde and a member of the State Boards of Trustee, Otunba Otambala Obafemi among others.


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