“Common Sense Revolution” to Reform Nigeria, this election should be seen like that – Bola Tinubu

“Common Sense Revolution” to Reform Nigeria, this election should be seen like that – Bola Tinubu


Asiwaju Ahmed Bola Tinubu, The national leader of All Progressive Congress (APC),  implore Nigerians to see the forthcoming election as a “common sense revolution” and the importance of effecting the changes needed through their Permanent Voters Card (PVC).

Tinubu who spoke to reporters Monday evening in Kano shortly after commissioning Kano Corporate Security Institute and a number of other projects executed by Governor Rab’u Musa Kwankwaso’s administration urged Nigerians to come out en masse to vote for credible leaders.

The APC Chieftain enjoin Nigerians to vote for the APC so as to rescue the country from socio-economnic and political quagmire brought about by poor leadership of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) led by President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan.

According to Tinubu “my message is that they should see the forthcoming election as a common sense revolution; common sense revolution—to reform, re-change, get relieve, security of lives and property, eliminate corruption, and deception, recovery of the economy.”

He stressed “this is the first nation that is moved from the platoon of economic prosperity. For oil to be selling at the highest price per barrel ever experienced in the world and to plummet to below 50 per cent and taking the country to recession at the same time; and if you cast your mind back to some few years back, various governors of this country and the entire population are being deceived about the excess crude.”

The former Lagos Governor queried “you said you want to save for the rainy day, they say we are saving for sovereign wealth—if there is a save for sovereign wealth and if there is a save for the rainy day—Is it not a Tsunami now to move from exchange rate of 110 to 210, 220.


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