2023 PRESIDENCY: “I have No Son Grown Enough To Declare” – Tinubu Denies Osinbajo

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2023 presidential hopeful and the National leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, has denied the ‘father-son relationship’ existing between he and Vice President Yemi Osinbajo.

This is coming after Osinbajo formally declared his intention to contest for the 2023 presidential position.

The former Lagos Governor who spoke to journalists after a closed door meeting with APC Governors on Monday, revealed that he sought for their support on his political ambition.

“My mission is to seek the collaboration, encouragement and support of my party, the APC, for my ambition and mission to become the president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.”

Asked to react to his “son’s” declaration, a reference to Osinbajo, Tinubu replied: “I have no son grown enough to declare”.

In 2015, Tinubu sought to run with President Buhari but was asked to nominate to avoid a Muslim/Muslim ticket.

The APC co-founder then selected Osinbajo, his former Attorney General and Commissioner of Justice.

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