A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Femi Adekanmbi, says the acceptance of Sen. Bola Tinubu in all states of the federation shows that he will win the Feb. 25 election.
Adekanmbi, who spoke on Wednesday in Akure, said Tinubu was the best man to lead the country.
He expressed optimism that the APC presidential candidate would emerge victorious.
Adekanbi tasked Nigerians to make good use of their Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) by voting for Tinubu on Saturday.
Adekanmbi, a former Commissioner for Culture and Tourism in Ondo State, urged Nigerians to take the opportunity that the elections would offer them to elect Tinubu.
”He is a detribalised Nigerian who believes in the unity of the country and its citizens.
“The unprecedented mammoth crowd at the APC rally and the response by Nigerians at our rallies is mind-blowing and a strong signal that Asiwaju is more than a candidate, he is also one with competence and capacity for the task ahead among other contenders.
“I was in Asiwaju Tinubu’s entourage to almost all the states including FCT, Abuja, where campaign took place and I saw first hand the level of Tinubu’s acceptability nationwide,” he said.
He added that the presidential candidate was an administrator par excellence, with superior managerial skills.
“The exemplary performance of Asiwaju Bola Tinubu as Lagos governor remains a point of reference in Nigeria.
“His administration achieved remarkable success in reforming the civil service, reducing corruption, and improving the state infrastructure.
“Tinubu introduced workable and time tested reforms in removing endemic corruption in the public sector, which included eliminating cash payments to the government. The innovations are still being used till date.
“It may interest you to know that the roads constructed by Asiwaju Tinubu are still in existence and functioning properly,” he said.
The APC Chieftain urged people of the state to elect Tinubu, saying he has the experience to reposition Nigeria.
“On Saturday, I urge our party faithful to go all out and vote for Asiwaju, all senatorial , House of Representatives and Assembly candidates of APC in the state.
“Beyond that,we just don’t want to win, but we want to win big. We want to win with massive votes so that it can counter what will come from other places,” he said. (NAN)