2023 PRESIDENCY: I’m A Wrestler, I’ll End Poverty In Nigeria — Tinubu Vows

Presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, has promised to conquer poverty in Nigeria if elected President in 2023.

Tinubu, who made the promise at the Town Hall meeting of the South-South region on Tuesday in Calabar, added that he would deploy all the human and material resources God had bestowed on Nigeria to move it out of poverty.

The 70-year-old presidential candidate, who pointed out that education remained the greatest tool to fight poverty, said that each state of the federation was blessed with abundant natural resources, all of which would be deployed in changing the fortune of the country.

He, however, stressed that in doing that, there was the need for people to remain united and stop the destruction of what God had deposited in the country to enhance its greatness.

“My quest to progressively drive Nigeria forward is the only reason I am running; no other person is running with me.

“Those who say they are running have no iota of honesty in them; they can’t keep to their promises; all they are interested in is to insult me and yet, they don’t have facts.

“I am a wrestler, but I don’t wrestle with just anybody; my only concern is to move Nigeria forward,” he said.

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