Bola Ahmed Tinubu, National pioneer of the All Progressives Congress, APC has responded to questions concerning his 2023 Presidential desire.
At the NEC meeting days back, President Muhammadu Buhari disintegrated the APC National Working Committee, NWC.
The choice of the APC NEC is accepted to be an endeavor to wilt down Oshiomhole and Tinubu’s impact.
It was found out that a majority of the broke up NWC are accepted to be faithful to Oshiomhole and Tinubu.
Tinubu in an announcement made accessible to CROWD24NG on Saturday said he is progressively stressed over the wellbeing and financial difficulties due to Coronavirus pandemic and has not taken a choice to run in 2023.
Responding to those speaking on the termination to his ‘2023 ambition’, Tinubu said “To those who have been actively bleating about how Buhari’s actions and the NEC meeting have ended my purported 2023 ambitions, I seek your pity.
“I am but a mere mortal who does not enjoy the length of foresight or political wisdom you profess to have. Already, you have assigned colourful epitaphs to the 2023 death of an alleged political ambition that is not yet even born.”
He added that due to COVID-19 and its financial impact on Nigeria “he can’t see as far into the distance as those anticipating his 2023 Presidential aspiration.
“I have made no decision regarding 2023 for the concerns of this hour are momentous enough.
“I have not busied myself with politicking regarding 2023 this period because I find that a bit distasteful and somewhat uncaring particularly when so many of our people have been unbalanced by the twin public health and economic crises we face.
“What I may or may not do in three years hence seems too remote given present exigencies.
“Those who seek to cast themselves as political Nostradamus are free to so engage their energies. I trust the discerning public will give the views of such eager seers the scant weight such divinations warrant.
“2023 will answer its own questions in due time.”
To those foreseeing his ruin, Tinubu said he would keep on working for the better of the country however noticed that legislative issues is a ‘uncertain venture’