I won't retire from politics until I become President - Tinubu
Bola Tinubu, the former Governor of Lagos State and National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, has stated that he will not leave politics until he is elected President of Nigeria.
This was stated by the presidential candidate while speaking to delegates and party members in Makurdi, the capital of Benue State.
Tinubu, who acknowledged that he is "of age," promised to turn around the country's fortunes by combating corruption on all fronts and ensuring peaceful cohabitation among Nigerians.
“We are of age; we can retire soon but I am not going to retire until I become President.
“I will govern with all my strength, we will work with you to reverse trend of corruption, there are elements of division but our commitment to Nigeria is for peaceful coexistence to build up and demonstrate unity and live together in peace and harmony.”
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