Tinubu’s enemies will sing his praise after inauguration – Bayelsa APC chieftain


The Bayelsa State coordinator of the Tinubu/Shettima Independent Campaign Council, ICC, Prince Preye Aganaba, has predicted that those attacking President-elect Bola Tinubu will surely sing his praise after May 29th.

Aganaba observed that most people attacking Tinubu were doing so from the position of ignorance while others, who knew him but chose to hate him, were acting out of jealousy.

Aganaba, who also congratulated the family of the All Progressives Congress, APC, on the safe return of the President-elect from France, said ignorant haters of Tinubu would be his immediate converts while his core enemies would bury their heads in shame after his inauguration on May 29th.

He further said: “The President-elect has always been a celebrated performer whether in his public or private practice. He has the capacity and will display that capacity from May 29th after his inauguration.

“We are confident that Tinubu will disappoint his enemies. He will surely reposition the country and usher in an era of economic turnaround and rapid development of Nigeria. We know him and we know he has the capacity to assemble a team that will make us proud.”

Aganaba, who is also a founding member of APC advised persons making evil speculation about the health of Tinubu to desist as the power of life and death belongs to God Almighty.

Aganaba also hailed the emergence of the immediate past Minister of State for Petroleum, Chief Timipre Sylva, as the governorship candidate of the APC in Bayelsa State.

He said Sylva is the best candidate for the APC in Bayelsa, having garnered enough experience and exposure as a one-time governor and Minister of Petroleum.

He said Sylva’s time as minister attracted over $3.6b of investments into Bayelsa State according to statistics from the Nigerian Investment Promotion Council (NIPC), coming behind Lagos State in 2021 alone.

He said with Sylva, the Bayelsa APC would surely defeat the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to connect the state to the centre.

Aganaba said: “In 2019, our people in Bayelsa demonstrated a burning desire to connect the state back to the centre. Propelled by that desire, they voted massively for the APC.

“Nothing has changed this time. Our people are still desirous to connect to the centre. We are no longer ready to keep being an opposition state and with Sylva as our candidate that desire will be actualised this year.”

Aganaba appealed to all members of the APC, including persons who contested against Sylva to embrace unity to ensure total victory for the party in November.

He urged the candidate to continue his reconciliation process by reaching out to everyone, knocking at every door to bring everyone on board.

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