Vice President Yemi Osinbajo's support group known as The Progressive Consolidation Group have debunked claims that Yemi Osinbajo renounced his purported presidential ambition. While declaring that Osinbajo never visited any group to renounce his ambition, the group revealed that the vice president has not yet declared his intention of contesting in 2023 presidential election let alone renouncing it.
Osinbajo still in race for 2023 presidency, group insists PHOTO CREDIT: The Guardian Nigeria Contrary to speculations in certain quarters, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo is very much in the race to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari in 2023, the Dr. Aliyu Kurfi-led Progressive Consolidation Group (PCG) has restated.
Photo Credit: PM News As the 2023 presidential election draws near, the major political parties in Nigeria are frantically working to ensure that they field the best candidates as their flagbearers to significantly boost their chances of winning the election. In the All Progressives Congress, the two leading aspirants are Vice President Yemi Osinbajo and former Lagos State Governor Bola Tinubu.
The political battle to determine who succeeds President Muhammadu Buhari in 2023 is gradually taking another dimension as some political gladiators have been thrust forward by their different groups to contest the presidential elections. Though some of these gladiators have not said a word about their ambitions, their followers and some members of their political parties, however, have felt the need to present them as their preferred candidates owing to some personal interests.
STATE HOUSE PRESS RELEASE NIGERIA IS A COUNTRY WITH WORLD-CLASS TALENTS & IDEAS, OSINBAJO SAYS *VP commissions Reddington Hospital's new state-of-the-art health facility in Lagos *Adds: Such investments can reverse trend of "doctors voting with their feet." Nigeria is not just a country that has world-class talent, world-class ideas, and world-class execution of ideas, with more investments in its health sector, it will also make the country a destination of choice for medical tourists even from developed countries, according to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, SAN.
The next Nigerian Presidential Election will commence in 2023 as some prominent politicians and personalities have either directly or indirectly disclosed interest and ambitions to become the president of Nigeria. Actually, The debate on who takes over the mantle of leadership from President Muhammadu Buhari in 2023 intesifies by the day.
PDP Governors hope for unity post-convention PHOTO CREDIT: P M. News Nigeria People’s Democratic Party (PDP) Governors have expressed optimism that the party would come out of its national convention more united. Governor Aminu Tambuwal, the Chairman of the PDP Governors’ Forum, said the party is ready to provide the desired platform upon which many Nigerians could realise their aspirations.
The vice president, in one of his recent statements, extolled the leadership capabilities of a former Senate President of the country who was an Igbo extraction. Sen. Ken Nnamani is among the politicians in Nigeria that performed outstandingly in their political career. He was the president of the Senate from 2005 to 2007 at the time when Olusegun Obasanjo was the President of the country.
A chieftain in the All Progressives Congress are claiming that the ruling party might resort to the consensus method in choosing its presidential candidate for the 2023 presidential election. The sources said this is because the number of party chieftains indicating interest in the presidential ticket is increasing, a situation that might generate serious internal friction.
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo implore young Nigerian youth who really desires a difference for the development of the country to join politics in other to be able to bring about transformation and make a difference in the society. Photo Credit: Google Osinbajo demand youth to get involved in politics.
GoldenNewsNg focused on the fact that the Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo has made plans to toss his cap into the 2023 presidential ring after he was purportedly ignored by his political mentor, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu. It has emerged that Tinubu, the national head of the APC, purportedly scorned the Vice President during his medical vacation in London by declining to see him.
The ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, is considering to adopt a consensus candidate ahead of the 2023 presidential election. This is not the first time it is making headlines that APC is considering adopting a consensus candidate. There have been such reports in the past. Well, there is a renewed move by the APC to use consensus arrangement.
EndSARS: How Osinbajo-Led NEC Ensured Some Policemen Got Death Penalty And Agreed To Pay Victims N25B In Compensation
Many Nigerians can remember the event of October 20, 2020 which was the height of the EndSARS protest that took place last year. As Nigerians mark the anniversary of the event that led to many damages including loss of several lives, people are demanding for justice. They are calling for the government to do the needful including addressing the grievances raised by the protesters last year which many protesters are still demanding this year.
The presidential candidate of the ruling party, All Progressives Congress (APC), in the 2023 presidential elections may probably emerge from the Southern part of the country. In the light of this, the political chances of former Governor of Lagos State and National Leader of the party in Nigeria, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, and incumbent vice president, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, to be at the front-line of the choice of the party, in the course of picking the 2023 presidential candidate of the party could not be overemphasized.
While in a programme on Wednesday, the Vice President of Nigeria, Professor Yemi Osinbajo took his time to enlighten the Nigerian youth on what they need to know about politics and some of the benefits that the youth and other social activists will gain in joining politics. During his conversation, Professor Yemi Osinbajo made it clear that Nigeria is blessed with wonderful and smart thinking youth and as such he said to make a difference, the Nigerian Political system needs the youth, see some of the points that the Vice President mentioned during his speech.
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo implore young Nigerians who really desires a difference to join politics in other to be able to bring about transformation and make a difference in the society. Yemi Osinbajo said this on Wednesday while speaking at a virtual forum where he had an interaction with Nigerian Fellows of the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young Africa Leaders.
Nigerian youths have to do more than just remaining in pressure groups just like Nigerian Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo has said. They cannot remain outside politics and expect something significant to change about how and what they feel about their country. Yemi Osinbajo has encouraged the Nigerian youth to join politics.
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, on wednesday said without public office, he would have remained pressure group activist without rolling out the improvements that Nigeria required. The Vice President also said that the nation can't stand to have its best mind and most dedicated social activists remain only in the civil space, exhorting that they ought to partake in politics.
**Nigeria’s future worth fighting for, VP says at Sen. Nnamani's book launch The various intervention programmes of the Buhari administration since 2015 to date are designed and implemented in order to improve the health, education and socio-economic conditions of the Nigerian people, especially women, children and youths, according to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, SAN.
VP recalls time as Lagos Attorney-General, says, “without public office, I wouldn’t have been able to make the changes required” The way to transform society is largely dependent on the actions and decisions of those who occupy public offices. This is why young people in Nigeria must get involved in politics, according to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, SAN.