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2023: My experience under Buhari prepared me for presidency – Osinbajo

Osinbajo made this disclosure throughout his session with Oyo All Progressives Congress (APC) delegates in Ibadan on Friday, April 22, 2023.

Pulse had reported that the Vice President had visited Ibadan to pay homage to the Olubadan of Ibadanland, Dr. Sen. Lekan Balogun Ali-Iwo, Okunmade II and met with the delegates.

Recall that Osinbajo had declared to contest the 2023 presidential election on the platform of the APC on Monday, April 14, 2022.

Talking to the party members in Ibadan, the Vice President mentioned every thing he learnt as Buhari’s deputy, acting President had prepared him for the top job.

He mentioned, “I’ve served within the Federal Authorities of Nigeria for the past seven years. And I’ve been concerned as a result of the president considered it the appropriate thing to do.

“In his personal generosity and his openness, he gave me each alternative to serve, together with very delicate worldwide assignments.

“As you realize, I additionally acted as president throughout sure intervals when the president was away on medical trip.

“I consider that point has come and I’ve the accountability to my nation. I’ve the duty to you, to all our kids, and the coming generations, to provide all of what I’ve learnt, every thing I’ve learnt, all the service I’ve given, to be able to give it to our nation.

The Oyo APC Chairman, Mr Isaac Omodewu, mentioned Osinbajo fits the profile of the president Nigeria wanted to succeed Buhari.

“You’re the sort we want in Nigeria as our President. Delegates in Oyo state are right here listening to you. I consider they may be just right for you and do your bidding”, he mentioned.

This marks the start of his second spherical of nationwide session forward of the presidential main of the APC slated for June 1, 2022, the place he’s expected to meet with much more stakeholders and delegates in all of the native governments across the nation.

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