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Bola Tinubu Campaign Posters In London: A Sign That Nigerians Home & Abroad Are Behind Him

When some politicians in Nigeria called Tinubu the Capon of politics in Nigeria, they are not exaggerating, what they are saying is from the political permutations they have seen him played in the past. He is indeed one of the master of the game of politics in Nigeria. A few days ago, the Chairman of the Southern Governors Forum, Rotimi Akeredolu said they were waiting for Tinubu to return from London to decide the political path for the South.

It is a popular opinion among people in Nigeria that Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu is vying for the post of Nigeria's President in 2023. It is even said that he is the most popular candidate among Southern politicians in Nigeria that can pull enough votes across Nigeria. Tinubu's campaign posters have been posted around some major cities in Nigeria, including Kano and Kaduna.

According to a report by Punch, the campaign posters of the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, Bola Tinubu was superimposed on rail lines and airport terminals in the United Kingdom. This is an indication that Nigerians both home and abroad are solidly behind Bola Ahmed Tinubu's presidency 100 percent.

The massive achievements recorded by him in Lagos have yielded positive results in Infrastructural development that have rejuvenated Lagos to an enviable height. Unarguably, Tinubu surpassed his predecessors in terms of laudable projects to Lagosians. And his political prowess at building people has helped him by creating political associates across Nigeria.

Although politics is by number and the Northern Governors have concluded that the rotation of President to the South in 2023 is against the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Tinubu needs to do a lot of works and political skimming to win elections in Nigeria because the North still has the largest population in Nigeria.

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