Hon. Ginika Tor, a leader in the All Progressive Congress (APC), asserted that the majority of opposition party followers have nothing negative to say about Bola Tinubu, the president-elect, aside from rumours about his age and health.
She claimed that APC members were afraid to cast ballots on February 25 due to the intimidation they had experienced in the South East.
She continued by stating that the majority of people were required to vote exclusively for the Labour Party and that some religious leaders in the area were also engaged. She claimed that in her investigation into what they had against Tinubu, she had found that they had been spreading lies about his age and health. "We currently require a man (Tinubu) who can alter the story, and I have done my homework. They only have this man's age and health against him."
She urged them to abandon the idea that they must support a single candidate and cautioned them against getting carried away by false intentions.
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