2023: We’re Totally Committed To Asiwaju’s Presidential Aspiration – Enilolobo; Says Those Seeking To Cause Rift Btw Tinubu & Aregbesola Have Failed

By Dare Ojelade, Lagos
Apex Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Alimoso Federal Constituency, Alhaji Abdullahi Enilolobo has reiterated the commitment of members of the party, particularly in Alimoso to the presidential aspiration of the National Leader of the party, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, reports The Gazelle News.com.
Speaking during an exclusive interview with The Gazelle News.com on Sunday, 31 January, 2021, Alhaji Enilolobo stated that, “Asiwaju symbolises the essence of dividends of democracy. Through him we know what is called dividends of democracy. We’re committed to his aspirations. Don’t forget that Alimoso has a very special relationship with Asiwaju, that’s why we’re called Tinubu Country.
“I’ve personally led a delegation of party leaders and members to the state secretariat of our party to officially declare our support for his presidential aspiration. We’re prepared and ready to work for his aspiration to be realised”.
On report that he said rather than Asiwaju it is Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola that is preferred for the presidential office, Enilolobo challenged those behind the report to bring their proof.
“Let them bring their proof. They are detractors, they want to cause rift between Asiwaju and Ogbeni but they have failed. Ogbeni Aregbesola is the perfect symbol of loyalty and commitment and his loyalty and commitment to Asiwaju is never in doubt.
“Ogbeni has always told us that the we should continue to work assiduously for the presidential aspiration of Asiwaju telling us that our leader is getting closer to realising his ambition. Don’t forget that Ogbeni has not even told us of any presidential ambition. But detractors, envious of Ogbeni’s achievements and his special place with Asiwaju will always want to create rift but they have failed and will continue to fail,” he said.
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