Festus Keyamo, spokesman of the All Progressive Congress (APC) has revealed those that will help the party presidential candidate, Bola Ahmed Tinubu to win the election. He disclosed the future development giving reasons why the flag bearer will win tomorrow's presidential election.
Festus Keyamo made the statement through his official Twitter handle saying that the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi, and the G-5 governors will make Tinubu win the election. Revealing that Tinubu will be declared winner next week, assuming the votes from the supporters of Peter Obi and the APC supporters in Rivers and Oyo are been merged it will overshadow that of the People Democratic Party.
“The reasons Asiwaju will win are Peter Obi and the G5; after @officialABAT is declared winner, add the votes of Obi & the APC votes in Rivers & Oyo to that of PDP, then you’ll see how PDP lost its way. See you all next week when @officialABAT is President-Elect.”
Source: Daily Post
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