Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Saturday criticized two of his challengers Atiku Abubakar and Peter Obi.
Tinubu made a campaign stop in Ondo State, where he also commissioned the APC presidential Southwest campaign office in Akure, the capital of Ondo.
According to the APC flag bearer,Obi is miserly and he would only save money while the citizens go hungry. On Atiku, Tinubu said the PDP candidate would sell off the country’s assets as he had promised to do if elected in the next year poll.
Tinubu said to his supporters at the Democracy Park, Akure that “on February 25, I know you will be a champion of progressive politics again.” He adds that “the date represents for the nation and for each and every one of us an appointment with destiny.”
“We not only must make that appointment, we must emerge from the appointment fully dedicated to creating a more prosperous, safer, tolerant and dynamic society.
“But these things do not come by accident. These things are but some of the fruits that only progressive and democratic good governance can harvest. And that progressive governance can only be brought to you by someone who has governed in a progressive manner before.
“Atiku doesn’t want to do the brave and hard work required to build a better nation. Instead, he would rather sell your birthright to the highest bidder and run off with the proceeds.
“He cares little that his policies and actions will impoverish you and leave you with nothing.”