The biggest issue Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the APC presidential candidate, would face is what he will say during the inauguration, according to Arise Politics Editor Sumner Sambo in an interview with the AriseTV morning show.
He continued by saying that Tinubu is surrounded by many good people who can craft powerful speeches. But the availability of what he is going to say, he said, is going to be my biggest issue with whatever he says.
He claims that many people are starting to question what Bola Ahmed Tinubu will do to Nigeria once he becomes the country's president when they hear someone state that grabbing power by all means necessary, regardless of how you are able to do so, is the best course of action.
I want to be clear, though, that Bola Ahmed Tinubu's inauguration speech on May 29, 2023, which will take place, will be his biggest challenge as the All Progressive Congress' presidential candidate.
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