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Pastor Giwa Kicked Against Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu Presidential Ambition In The Coming 2023 Election

A popular Nigerian cleric, Pastor Adewale Giwa, has kicked against National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and former Lagos State Government, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, presidential ambition in the coming 2023 election, saying he “brought bad product in 2015, and there is no how he can be a good product Nigerians can rely on”.

While calling on Nigerians to be determined ahead of 2023 on who becomes the President, Pastor Giwa maintained that none of those vying for the country’s plum job will make it if there is no restructuring.

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He said: “Tinubu brought a bad product in 2015, and there is no way he can be a good product Nigerians can rely on.

“Someone who doesn’t see anything wrong with President Buhari’s administration cannot be a good leader.

“Nobody out of those aspiring can be a good leader unless they reorganise the whole system of Nigeria, beginning with the 1999 constitution. Let them give us true federalism.

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“The electorate has lost confidence in politicians, so Tinubu cannot be a good President.

“Ahead of 2023, Nigerians should be determined, focused, and prayerful because it is God that can choose a good leader. From 1999 to date, Nigeria has not produced a good leader we can vouch for.

“So, Nigerians should be prayerful, they should cry to God to give the country a good leader like the Israelites who cried to God and He gave them Samuel, and Samuel was a successful leader during his time.

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“We need a leader that can feel the pain of the masses. We need a leader that can be able to listen to the cries of the people, not a leader who doesn’t care about the feelings of the people.”

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