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A group, the Nigeria Diaspora for Aṣíwájú (NDA), has said its members are eagerly waiting for the national leader of All Progressives Congress, APC, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu to declare his intention to run in the 2023 presidency.
“We are all on our mark, getting ready for the whistle to blow ‘go,’ ” the group said in a statement by its Coordinator in Nigeria, Mr Ọmọ́gbọ́láhàn Babawale, on Saturday while welcoming Tinubu back to Nigeria
The former governor of Lagos State returned to Nigerian on Friday after spending over two months in the United Kingdom.
According to the group, teeming supporters of the former Lagos governor spread across the country’s six geo-political zones could not wait to have him declare his intention for the 2023 presidential election.
Babawale said the NDA could not wait to have Tinubu declare his intention to run for the presidency so that his foot soldiers would begin to comb every nook and cranny of the country for his leadership prowess and deliverable.
The group added that it was convinced by Tinubu’s visionary leadership, woven around the tripod of vision, passion and action.
He said this was measurable in terms of deliverables during his sway as the governor of Lagos State.
He prayed God to further grant Tinubu strength and good health ahead of the 2023 presidential election.
According to Babawale, Tinubu stood out as one politician with the best résumé to consolidate on the next level milestones of the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration.
The group had its headquarters in London, United Kingdom added: “We will like to welcome back the most talked about, most sought after political juggernaut and national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Aṣíwájú Bọ́lá Ahmed Tinubu into the country.
“Social media along side conventional media have been awash with various news of your status in the last 65 days.
“It is with a grateful heart to the Most High God that you returned into your fatherland, healthier, stronger, and more agile to the chagrin of naysayers and cynics.
“Your return into the country will no doubt send a strong message to those who have or who are playing god that the affairs of men rest solely at God’s disposal,” he said.