“As a responsible party, we have been taken for granted. We are not in talks with any party.”
The stage could not be better set for the most competitive election since 1999.
According to the PDP’s campaign council, former Vice President Atiku Abubakar will end the APC regime’s misrule under President Muhammadu Buhari.
Mr Tinubu said his opponents “have no iota of honesty in them” and speak without facts.
Justice Inyang Ekwo, in a judgement, held that the plaintiffs failed to support the suit with credible evidence, hence, the case lacked merit.
According to him, APC will also get more than the required 25 per cent votes in the 36 states and the FCT.
The PDP presidential candidate said, irrespective of his support, he remained focused on diversifying Nigeria’s economy if elected in 2023.
“I’m going to privatise our crude oil refineries and make Nigeria the hub of crude oil refining in Africa,” stated Mr Abubakar.
“Nigeria today is in a precarious state, and if we do not have an experienced person to manage it, the prediction that Nigeria can collapse can happen easily.”
Political leaders and public figures have continued to send condolence messages to music star Davido over the tragic death of his three-year-old son Ifeanyi.