Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu has advised Teslim Folarin to pacify the warring party members in the state.
9Janewshub.com.ng reports that the All Progressive Congress (APC) presidential aspirant, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu has advised the governorship candidate of the party in Oyo State, Senator Teslim Folarin to walk all nooks and crannies of the state to appeal and pacify all the warring party members before the 2023 general elections.
The former governor in his speech advised Senator Teslim Folarin, the APC Guber candidate in Oyo state to work and appeal to leaders in the state to help him pacify to all aggrieved members so that the party can come out victorious in 2023 general elections.
Tinubu urged Folarin and other party members at the venue to reconcile themselves ahead of the election, saying that he would come back on behalf of Folarin to talk to the aggrieved members on the need to shealth their sword.
He said, “I will come back to raise your hands up and campaign for you, but you need to go back and pacify the aggrieved members of our party.
He said, “You have to work, walk, even with touch light and lantern to appeal to leaders, women, youths and aggrieved members so that we can win governorship in 2023.
“After you have done that, I will come back to raise your hands up and campaign for you to emerge victorious. You will first come and meet me in Abuja and I will also invite all warring party members to appeal to them on your behalf”.
Reacting, Folarin recalled how as a 39-year old senator in 2003, Tinubu sent Musiliu Obanikoro, his then colleague to give him an envelope containing a land allocation paper.
He said he would remain grateful for what Tinubu for all he has done for him and promised to reciprocate that gesture during the Presidential primary, saying Oyo delegates are for Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
Some dignitaries on Asiwaju’s entourage include Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, Lagos state Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, former Borno Governor, Senator Kasim Setthima, Senator Tokunbo Abiru, Bosun Oladele, Rotimi Makinde, Senator Rilwan Soji Akanbi, Senator Dayo Adeyeye, Bosun Oladele and Wasiu Eshinlokun.