Tinubu Will Defeat Atiku Because He Is An Old Loser – Masari

tinubu will defeat atiku because he is an old loser – masari
tinubu will defeat atiku because he is an old loser – masari

Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar has been called a “experienced loser of elections” by Katsina state’s governor, Aminu Masari.

Atiku, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDPpresidential )’s candidate for the 2023 elections, has previously made unsuccessful bids for the presidency.

The late President Umaru Yar’dua won the 2007 election that Atiku, then Vice President, ran under Action Congress founded by Tinubu, one of his primary opponents in the 2023 campaign.

Atiku ran for president for the last time in 2019, but he was defeated by current president Muhammadu Buhari.

On Wednesday night, as a guest on the TVC current affairs programme Journalists Hangout, Masari mocked the PDP presidential candidate by declaring, “Atiku is a formidable power, but Tinubu is a larger force.” Atiku has run for office numerous times, and each time he has lost. Again, he will be defeated.

Peter Obi, the Labour Party’s nominee for president, was another candidate for president that Masari wrote off.

A stranger to me, Obi. Is Obi well-known among the Katsina population? And who can compare favourably to Tinubu? We are talking about a Nigerian presidential candidate who has the potential to unite the country regardless of ethnicity, geography, or faith.

When asked if the people of Katsina believed in the Tinubu project, Governor Masari declared, “Tinubu would be next president Insha Allah.” The Katsina population has bought into the idea. Everyone is aware of his contribution to President Buhari’s 2015 election. His participation in Buhari’s re-election in 2019 is well-known. We Katsinans are not ungrateful people.

Masari predicted that the insecurity that plagues some parts of the state would not affect the outcome of the 2023 election.

Despite recent setbacks, APC remains the dominant political force. The issue of insecurity is not unique to Nigeria. The security situation in Niger is precarious. Mali and the rest of Central Africa are not safe places to travel. He proclaimed, “There is a problem with global insecurity.”

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