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Another Aspirant Drops Out Of Tinubu’s APC Presidential Primary

APC Presidential Primary, Bola Tinubu, 2023 election

Another Aspirant Drops Out Of Tinubu’s APC Presidential Primary

At the present APC Presidential Primaries, another candidate has withdrawn in support of Tinubu.

Touchaheart Nigeria reports that, the single APC candidate, Uju Ohanenye, has stepped down in favor of Bola Tinubu, the party’s National Leader.

Uju Ohanenye said this at the ongoing presidential primary in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital.

This online news platform reports that the selected members of the APC gathered on Tuesday to vote in important primaries to elect a candidate to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari

in next year’s election (retd.).

More than 2,300 APC delegates will choose a candidate to run against Atiku Abubakar, 75, of the opposition People’s Democratic Party, and others in the presidential election on February 25.

President Buhari, who is stepping down after serving the constitutionally mandated two terms, arrived at the Eagle Square conference center early in the evening, just before voting began.

The Nigerian president has spent days running up to the convention in talks with the APC’s leaders, attempting to reach an agreement on a party candidate.

“The fate of the party depends on what we do here,” APC party chairman Abdullahi Adamu said, echoing Buhari’s call for unity in the ranks.

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