JUST IN: Fayemi Joins APC Presidential Race, Unfolds Agenda


According to , Ekiti State , Fayemi will formally declare his intention to run for the position of President of the country on Wednesday in Abuja.

His Press Secretary, Oyebode, made this known in a statement to journalists on Tuesday.

According to him, Wednesday’s , tagged, ‘Unveiling My Nigeria Agenda’, would lay to rest speculations on whether he would run for the Presidency or not.

Oyebode said his had discussed his plan to run for the number one with President Muhammadu Buhari, traditional rulers and political leaders across states in the Federation.

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The statement was titled, ‘2023: Fayemi Joins Presidential Race, Unfolds Agenda After Nationwide Consultations With Leaders’.

It partly read, “Dr Fayemi’s engagements with political and traditional leaders went on side by side with consultations with his colleague governors, especially those on the platform of the ruling All Congress. As at date he has conferred with and shared his vision with no fewer than 20 of the 22 governors, in the consultation process that is expected to run till the ’s , later in the month.”

“The NGF said the engagements with the traditional rulers and political leaders provided an avenue to share and listen to their perspectives on the ideal to building a country based on justice, , equity and the rule of law. The aggregate opinion, and goodwill received during the consultation period will form the crux of his declaration on Wednesday at the nation’s capital city,” the statement added.


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