National Coordinator, Barrister Olusegun Bamgbose, concerned Advocate me for Good Governance (CAGG), presumed that the Public head of the All Progressive Congress (APC), Bola Ahmed Tinubu is about pulling out from the 2023 President race.
Meanwhile, the former Lagos State Governor has not officially disclosed his interest, it is just a pre-assumption that he might pick up to run the race in 2023.
But Bamgbose accepts that the secrecy running the current Presidency doesn’t support the Jagaban of Lagos, as Tinubu is affectionately called, who, as indicated by him, is presently changing to his Plan B which is to toss his weight behind a famous candidate.
“The clash of who turns into the following President of Nigeria come 2023, has expected another measurement, as Tinubu considers pulling out of the Presidential race,” Bamgbose said.
“The reality of the situation is that Asiwaju Bola Tinubu has started huge discussion according to his aspiration to be the following President of Nigeria come 2023.
“It’s turning out to be more clear to him that it could be a daunting task for him to win the APC Presidential ticket, given the remain of the secrecies that may not in the end favor him.
“In request not to be politically abandoned and in this way gotten immaterial, he has chosen to concoct his arrangement B. Plan B is to help an up-and-comer that will be adequate to all Nigerians, be it from the South or the North.
“The APC National pioneer has come to understand that his official aspiration may check the finish of his political profession in the event that he doesn’t play the card well enough.
“He has come to accept the truth that his political fortune can end unexpectedly, should he make a wrong decision.
“This has given genuine concerns. He thinks of it as an extremely large danger to face the force that be in APC. No Northerner will be set up to back Tinubu against the wish of Buhari.
“The general inclination among the top notchers in APC is that Tinubu has had enough, having delivered the President and Vice President in 2015. They are not truly alright with his aspiration to take over from Buhari.”