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Support group vows to get 15 million people to vote for Tinubu

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For the impending 2023 elections, Sen. Bola Tinubu, the presidential candidate for the All Progressives Congress (APC), has pledged to mobilize 15 million votes, according to Alhaji Mohammed Uthman, the national coordinator of Jagaba Ambassadors and Media Action (JAMA).

At the inauguration of the national executives, as well as the zonal and state coordinators of Jagaba Ambassadors and Media Action (JAMA), Alhaji Uthman made this pledge on Wednesday in Abuja.

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He said the group will use its structures to educate Nigerians about Tinubu’s leadership skills throughout the 36 states of the federation and the FCT.

In the general elections of 2023, he said that this would ensure Tinubu and Shettima’s win.

“Capacity, talent, and devotion are more important for leadership than age, and Tinubu possesses all these traits to lead Nigeria to the necessary level.

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Additionally, the APC-led Federal Government has made outstanding progress in both capital and human development, according to Uthman.

At a previous occasion, Mrs. Hadizatu Mustapha, the National Chairperson of the Tinubu/Shettima support organization, declared that the duo of Tinubu and Shettima would put Nigeria on the path to progress.

If elected, Mustapha expressed optimism that the APC’s presidential candidate and his vice presidential running mate would look for capable individuals to lead Nigeria toward peace and growth.

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She argued that choosing Tinubu as the APC’s presidential candidate for the general elections in 2023 was a prudent move.

“I sincerely pray that this group of game-changers can help our party win in 2023 so that we may revitalize the economy, strengthen inter-group relations, and rekindle national optimism.

“Tinubu and Shettima have one thing in common: they both scored well on standardized tests in their key demographic groups.

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They built human resources, and their successors have done them proud by building on their work, she remarked.

Mustapha urged JAMA members to remain steadfast in their determination to reach out to the populace, mobilize significant support, and win votes for the party at the general elections in 2023 in every corner of the nation.

 

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