“They’re not competent”: I won’t vote Atiku or Obi if I weren’t contesting – Tinubu


Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the candidate for president of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has stated that he will not vote for any of his rivals in the 2023 presidential election if he is not running for president himself.

In an interview that Tinubu gave to Journalist, he was questioned about whether or not he would vote for either Peter Obi of the Labour Party (LP) or Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) if he were not on the ballot himself.

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The former governor of Lagos state, on the other hand, has stated that he will not vote for any of them.


Why I would not cast my ballot for Atiku or Peter Obi if I were not running for office myself, Tinubu reveals

When Tinubu was asked why he would not vote for Atiku or Peter Obi if he were not running for office, he responded as follows:

“None, because they do not possess the same level of expertise as any other person currently available.”

They do not have a track record, and I am the only one who is qualified among them.


Why my means of financial support are subject to criticism – Tinubu

Tinubu, in the meantime, discussed his means of financial support and suggested that his detractors were motivated by feelings of envy.

According to him, he got his start in the real estate business by investing in properties.

“I am not going to deny that I am wealthy. I was the most investigated and accused governor in the opposition for eight years, and since I left the office, I have not taken any government appointment and I have not taken any government contract,” he said.


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“I was the most investigated and the most accused governor in the opposition for eight years.”

Tinubu also rejected the notion that any of Lagos’s assets would be shared with the state government.

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