Atiku or Peter Obi? Tinubu Speaks on Who He Will Support If He Wasn’t Running for President in 2023
Bola Tinubu, the APC presidential candidate, has said he would not support Atiku or Peter Obi even if he weren’t contesting the 2023 presidential election The former governor of Lagos state said this in an interview published by BBC Africa on Tueeday. Tinubu also spoke about his source of wealth, stating that he made his money from investments in real estate. The All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, says he won’t vote for any of his counterparts if he weren’t contesting the 2023 presidential election. Tinubu was asked in an interview he granted BBC Africa if would vote for either Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) or Peter Obi of the Labour Party (LP) if he weren’t on the ballot. APC presidential candidate Tinubu said he won’t vote for Peter Obi (LP) Atiku Abubakar(PDP) if he weren’t on the ballot in 2023.
The former Lagos state governor, however, said he wouldn’t vote for any of them. Why I would not vote for Atiku or Peter Obi if I weren’t contesting, Tinubu reveals Asked why he would not vote for Atiku or Peter Obi if he weren’t contesting, Tinubu said:
“None, because they are not as competent as any other person out there. They have no track record, none of them is qualified except me.”
Why my source of wealth is being criticised – Tinubu Meanwhile, Tinubu also spoke about his source of wealth, saying those criticising him were driven by envy. According to him, his wealth came from investments in real estate. “I am not denying my wealth. I was the most investigated, the most accused governor in the opposition for eight years and since I left the office, I have not taken any government appointment, no government contract,” he said.