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Buhari Puts Tinubu In Charge Of Presidential Campaign

President Muhammadu Buhari says he had handed his re-election campaign to National leader of the party, Bola Ahmed Tinubu so he can “concentrate on governance.”

Bujhari made the statement on Monday during the inauguration of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Presidential Campaign Council.

“Even though we have only 40 days, this campaign is going to tax us all, because we intend to touch all corners of our great and vast country,” he said.

“But I must also add that, though we will all be deeply involved, I would like to assure the nation that I will do my part without making governance or my work suffer. Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, my co-chairman, will be fully in charge, and is going to be on 24-hour vigil.

“That is to say, the operational buck of this campaign stops at his table, and I therefore urge all of us in the leadership of this campaign, in the field operations on the campaign trail and in the secretariat to consult with Asiwaju whenever guidance is needed.”

He also says the campaign would task everyone and he intends to touch all the corners of the country without making governance suffer.

“Even though we have only 40 days, this campaign is going to tax us all, because we intend to touch all corners of our great and vast country. But I must also add that, though we will all be deeply involved, I would like to assure the nation that I will do my part without making governance or my work suffer.

Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, my co-chairman, will be fully in charge, and is going to be on 24-hour vigil.” He added.

The party leader also has the final say on all matters concerning the campaign.

“That is to say, the operational buck of this campaign stops at his table, and I therefore urge all of us in the leadership of this campaign, in the field operations on the campaign trail and in the secretariat to consult with Asiwaju whenever guidance is needed.”

 

 

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