2023 presidency: Osinbajo group emerges in Abuja, Lagos

2023 presidency: Osinbajo group emerges in Abuja, Lagos

The widely admired Vice President of Nigeria, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, has been subjected to new pressure and the demand of citizens to participate in the race to replace his boss, President Muhammadu Buhari, when his second and final term ends in 2023.

A support group, Nigerians Ask for Osinbajo, launched this week in the administrative and commercial capitals of Nigeria, Lagos and Abuja, with the stated mission of persuading the vice president, who remains shy about his ambition and political future, to heed the call of the Nigerians from all over the country and claim for the 2023 race that some polls suggest he is the favorite for the win.

The coordinator of the group, Eng. Kolawole Adepoju, according to a statement seen by this publication, described Prof. Osinbajo as “an individual who has been tried, tested and found to possess the qualities required to accelerate the development of our nation”.

This, together with his qualities as a “man of peace, a builder of bridges and an individual with an impeccable character”, makes him uniquely qualified to preside over the affairs of the country in “a very important phase in the life of our nation”, Ing. Adepoju.

The group draws its members from seasoned politicians, union leaders, prominent members of the private sector, young advocates of good governance and others who believe that Prof. Osinbajo’s emergence in 2023 is critical to “protecting the country’s future from vultures. “.

The broad support the group has enjoyed, despite having just announced its establishment, indicates a favorable public sentiment towards Prof. Osinbajo by promoting him to president of the country.

The law professor has been at the heart of the administration’s successful moves to rebound and revive the economy following the debilitating effects of low oil prices (as Nigeria remains an oil-based economy) and the pandemic. He also spearheaded efforts to reduce the country’s huge population of poor people with targeted social programs, which had a positive impact while under his surveillance.

prof. Osinbajo is widely perceived as a competent and disciplined leader who has managed to maintain his personal integrity despite wading through the murky waters of politics in a country where many still view public office as a path to personal enrichment and self-gratification. . In fact, unlike the Prof who keeps a clean criminal record, other names considered for the office have previously held positions on overwhelming corruption allegations or conducted questionable moves that put huge question marks on their probity.

The support group, Nigerians Ask for Osinbajo, hopes to tap into this public sentiment as they launch activities aimed at getting its campaign on the road and ultimately signal to the vice president that he enjoys the country’s support to succeed his boss.

Source: – Avant-garde

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