Tinubu finally opens up on his political future in APC

The National leader of the ruling All Progressives Congress, Bola Tinubu, has restated his commitment to APC.

Tinubu declared his views through one of his social media handles yesterday.

He also denied claims linking him to the formation of a new party.

The party leader said he would not abandon the party which he invested much in.

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Tinubu said irrespective of mistakes that had been made, he remained committed to the “ideas that fueled” the creation of the APC.

The former Lagos State governor added that APC’s national purpose “Is bigger than the desire of any individual.”

According to him, “This is a party I labored with others to build.

“We would not abandon it for another. Millions of Nigerians who voted are watching and praying.

“I have devoted my political life to achieving what has been achieved.

“My heart is too much for the people.

“My mind is too fixed on establishing a positive historic legacy, rather than engage in destructive pettiness.

“This government is for the betterment of the people.

“Our party’s national purpose is bigger and more important than any individual’s desires.

“In our journey to national betterment, plans and policies will be made, then amended. Mistakes will occur and then corrected.

“Achievements will be had and replicated.

“Through it all, I, Asiwaju will remain true to the progressive ideals that fueled the creation of the APC.”

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The latest statement from Tinubu is coming on the heels of reports linking him to plans to form a mega party.

Tinubu’s relationship with the party chairman, Chief John Odigie-Oyegun, had since gone sour.

The rancor started since the emergence of Senator Bukola Saraki as the President of the Senate.

The relationship was further strained after the Ondo State APC governorship primary elections.

Tinubu had openly demanded the resignation of the party chairman whom he accused of several anti-party activities.