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Tinubu’s Presidency: A collective task for everyone – NDA



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The Nigeria Diaspora for Aṣíwájú (NDA) support group has argued that the fruition of the Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubú Presidency in 2023 should be envisioned as a collaborative scheme for all progressives regardless of tribal or religious opinions.

Dr Akin Lee Badeji, Director-General of the newly inaugurated support group said this in a statement on Friday in Abuja.

Badeji a United Kingdom-based chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), said that Tinubu stands out as the one politician with the best résumé to consolidate on the next level milestones of the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration come 2023.

He added that the NDA is a partisan group aimed at garnering support in the Diaspora and across the length and breadth of Nigeria for Tinubu presidency come 2023.


He said the group which had its headquarters in London, United Kingdom and a country office in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) would not rest on its oars until it achieved its desires of enthroning a Tinubu presidency.

Badeji noted that Nigeria was on national rebirth pioneered by President Buhari and Osinbajo-led administration after several years of maladministration by her former handlers.

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“Having looked around for such personality with the political clout and national appeal to the various interest groups that can consolidate on the achievements the Buhari government has made, we discovered that the APC national leader, Aṣíwájú Bola Ahmed Tinubú is the best man for the job.

“As a bridge-builder with a great personality and mentality that recognises all and sundry, there’s no better person to continue the rebuilding project after President Buhari leaves office in 2023,” he said.

Badeji said the choice of Tinubú as the country’s next president was painstakingly taken after taking into consideration several yardsticks.


He described Tinubu as a leader of leaders, a political colossus and an embodiment of progressive politics.

The Director-General said a formal inauguration of the home country chapter of the group would be launched before the last quarter of the year.

He said while Alhaji Adams Dauda would serve as the group’s Diaspora Coordinator, Omogbolahan Babawale would serve as its Nigeria Coordinator and Mrs Vivian Osadebay as its Director of Finance.

Others he said are Lanre Adegun, Director of Media and Publicity; Dr Shehu Bagudu, Mobilisation; Mrs Kikelomo Oyebiyi-Oladapo, Treasurer; Dr Ronke Tomori, Women Leader and Mr Matthew Udeme as Chief of Staff attached to the DG’s Office.

He said the group’s modus operandi shall be unveiled to the public soon.
The statement quoted Matthew Udeme, the DGO’s Chief of Staff as saying that they would work diligently to deliver on their mandate.


“We did it in 2015 and 2019, and we will do even more now: on Bọ́lá Ahmed Tinubú mandate we stand, Tinubu 2023 is an endorsed celestial project,” he said.

According to the statement, the group has representations in various countries including the United States of America, United Arab Emirates, Spain, France, Germany, Russia, Italy, South Africa, Togo, Canada, Australia, India, China and Saudi Arabia among others.

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