Chris Ngige, the minister of labor, appeared hesitant on Friday to back his party’ s presidential nominee in the 2023 elections.
The All Progressives Congress, APC, has requested the Minister of Labor and Employment, Chris Ngige, to resign if he is unable to back Bola Tinubu as the party’ s nominee for president. See more shocking details.
WHY Labour Minister, Chris Ngige Refused To Publicly Support Tinubu For 2023 Presidency
According to Channels, Chris Ngige, the minister of labor, on Friday seemed hesitant to support the presidential candidate of his party in the 2023 elections.
The All Progressives Congress member Mr. Ngige stated he would make his decision at the polls while speaking on Channels Television’ s Politics Today.
When asked who he preferred between Tinubu of the APC and Peter Obi of the Labour Party, he responded, ” I’ m not participating in politics for now since I am confronting national assignment” .
” Both of them are my friends. My choice will be in the ballot box. It is a secret ballot. I shouldn’ t tell Nigerians what I would do secretly. You’ ve heard of the Obidient people. ”
He did, however, point out that Tinubu did exceptionally well in Lagos and built a solid foundation for the region, using a common APC campaign line.