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Tinubu will hand over to youths, says Group

Supreme Desk
28 Jan 2022 10:30 PM GMT
Tinubu will hand over to youths, says Group
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He said that Tinubu being a youth-oriented leader would be more disposed than other aspirants to bequeath power to the younger generation.

Chief Franklin Ebere-Njoku, Southeast Zonal Coordinator, Tinubu Support Organisation (TSO) has expressed confidence in the ability of Chief Bola Tinubu to transit power to youths if elected the nation's president.

Ebere-Njoku, also a national executive member of the Buhari Campaign Organisation (BCO) said this on Friday in Abuja during an interview.

Supreme reports that Tinubu, a former governor of Lagos State and a chieftain of ruling All Progressives Congress, has indicated his intension to run for the Presidency.

He said that Tinubu being a youth-oriented leader would be more disposed than other aspirants to bequeath power to the younger generation.

"Tinubu is the only leader willing to allow the young generation to take over from where his tenure expires.

"And the youths will be instrumental to his day- to-day running of the countries affairs if he wins," he said.

Ebere-Njoku ,who restated the group's commitment Tinubu's presidency project, thanked the National Coordinator, Mr Aminu Suleiman for the honour to serve under his leadership.

He also called on youths to support the aspiration of Tinubu to achieve inclusiveness in the leadership process.

"Let's support Bola Tinubu for positive restructuring and generational inclusion in politics.

"We are optimistic that he would elevate the youths to higher ranks in the Nigeria under his watch," he said.

Ebere-Njoku, also Deputy National Coordinator, Initiative for Leadership Development and Change (ILDC) expressed optimism in Tinubu's ability to create the enabling environment for youths to participate actively in politics.

Supreme reports that Ebere-Njoku was appointed the National Coordinator, Tinubu Support Organisation (TSO) for South East in recognition of his commitment to achieving Tinubu Presidency.

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