Bola Tinubu reveals what his stance would be if his party does not win

The National leader of the All Progressive Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu has revealed what his stance would be should his party not win in the February 23 presidential election.

According to the APC chieftain, he would accept the result in good faith, as the decision of the electorate must be respected and democracy protected. gathered that Bola Tinubu made his revelation to reporters after he cast his vote at his polling unit, Polling Unit 047, Ward 3, Ikeja at 11:20am.

In his words:

If my party is voted out in this election, I will accept it because it is the people’s verdict, that is their decision. Any democrat that cannot accept a result from a free and fair election is not worthy of that name.

He continues…

As a true democrat, you must be able to accept the results of a free and fair election.“My hope and determination of my party is that we are winning this election because we have the support of the masses and if you look at our rallies, it is an indication of our party’s popularity that we are the populace.

And he also added…

We are not talking about the elites or those that are rich, but the poor masses, farmers, traders, artisans and the common man who seek for continuity.


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