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Tinubu’s wife begs South-East women for votes in presidential election



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The wife of Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Sen. Oluremi Tinubu, call at the South-East women rally for Tinubu/Shettima Presidential Campaign in Owerri, Imo State, begged Igbo women to vote her husband, saying they should ignore religious politics, embrace Muslim-Muslim ticket and vote for God-fearing candidates.

Remi Tinubu stated: “Let’s leave religion aside; I am a Christian.

“Have you ever thought that one day a Christian-Christian candidate would emerge?

“What would be the reference point? We have tried the Muslim-Christian ticket, let us try this one too and after four years they don’t do well, you can drive them out.

“When you have a person who fears God, not a person who is a Christian or Catholic or Muslim, but a God fearing person, when a man who fears God is in power, he will treat you right.”

Sen. Tinubu noted that she had served Nigeria as a governor’s wife and senator, assuring the women that they would form a major percentage of the Tinubu/shettima administration.

“This is work time for Nigeria. We are not playing games. Women, we will remember you and I can assure that Asiwaju for sure will remember you.

“The Tinubu/Shettima have a big package for our youth. We will sit down and work with every region on their needs,” she assured.

She stated that the 2023 election is about a renewed hope of a country that is safe, progressive and possible, with investment in entrepreneurship and human capital.

Gov. Hope Uzodimma urged the South East women to take a wise decision by voting the APC presidential candidate.

Uzodimma said: “I have decided to embark on political evangelism. I will continue to preach. I will continue to speak to my people to shine yours eyes because this is the time for us to take vital decision.

“We have decided that you are better off being in a united Nigeria.

“A united Nigeria will best accommodate the population of Ndigbo.


“The geographical strength in the South East is not enough to accommodate us.”

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