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Today's Headlines: Tinubu fought hard for democracy, deserves to be President — Sanusi., US Donates $25m To Support 2023 Elections

Tinubu fought hard for democracy, deserves to be President — Sanusi.

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An All Progressive Congress, APC Governorship aspirant in Kogi State, Dr Sanusi Ohiare has expressed confidence that the party‘s Presidential candidate, Bola Ahmed Tinubu will win Saturday’s presidential election.

Dr. Ohiare said Tinubu’s performance as the executive governor of Lagos state has shown that he will turn around the fortune of Nigeria if voted as the next president.

He also stated that none of the other candidates measures up to Tinubu in terms of political and professional antecedents.

Dr Sanusi stated this on Wednesday in Okene headquarters of Kogi central senatorial district during a rally he organized to boost Tinubu/Shettima’s presidential ambition in the state.

US donates $25m to support 2023 elections.

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The United States on Thursday donated $25m to support Nigeria in conducting free, fair, and credible elections.

The US Ambassador to Nigeria, Mary Leonard, made this known in a roundtable chat with journalists in Abuja on Thursday.

Leonard commended Nigeria for upholding a peaceful and consistent democracy, adding that the US has worked with the Independent National Electoral Commission ahead of the forthcoming election.

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She stressed, “So, we have long been involved in democracy and governance through programmes in Nigeria and probably we are spending about 25 million dollars with particular reference to this election.

Tinubu/Shettima Presidency Will Change Nigeria’s Narrative – Minister.

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With two days to the presidential election, the Minister of State for the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Dr Ramatu Tijjani Aaliyu, has said that the Tinubu/Shettima presidency will change the narrative of the country .

She disclosed this when she led a support group of the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu and Senator Kashim Shettima, Nigerians Unite for Tinubu/Shettima (NUFTS), on a special medical outreach to an exclusively Christian community of Piwoyi in Abuja Municipal Area Council (AMAC) of the FCT.

According to Aliyu, the medical outreach was basically to provide much-needed and expected medical care for members of Piwoye community, which the people deserve.

7th Presidential Poll: 87.2m Voters Decide Atiku, Tinubu, Obi, Kwankwaso, Others’ Fate Tomorrow.

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About 87.2 million Nigerians will tomorrow throng polling booths across the country and cast their votes to elect their next president in the 7th presidential election since the return of democracy in 1999.

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) announced yesterday that a total of 87,209,007 permanent voter cards (PVCs) were collected by eligible registrants ahead of the 2023 general election in which the 5th president of Nigeria in the current democratic dispensation will emerge.

In the past few weeks up to today, being the eve of the presidential and National Assembly elections, the country had been enveloped in apprehension and anxiety, even as tension has pervaded the land, as the citizens prepare for what has been describes as the most intriguing polls analysts believe would either improve or wield back the country’s burgeoning democracy.

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