The National leader of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, has said he won’t retire from politics until he becomes the President of Nigeria.
The Former Governor of Lagos state, who has declared interest in running for Presidency in 2023, made this declaration while addressing delegates and members of his political party in Makurdi, Benue State.
According to him, although he is ‘of age’ to retire, he won’t quit politics until he becomes President.
He also promised to make a positive impact in the country if voted in, and tackle corruption and also ensure peaceful coexistence of Nigerians amid calls for division.
“We are of age; we can retire soon but I am not going to retire until I become President.
“I will govern with all my strength, we will work with you to reverse trend of corruption, there are elements of division but our commitment to Nigeria is for peaceful coexistence to build up and demonstrate unity and live together in peace and harmony.”
A while ago, Bola Ahmed Tinubu declared that he is still a youth and has the energy to lead the country.
The former governor of Lagos State declared himself a youth during a meeting with some APC members and his supporters over the weekend.
According to him, his political party APC will continue to serve the interest of Nigerians home and abroad, and ensure that Nigeria is headed in the right direction.
He further added that he is capable of leading the country and making it great again.
“I’m here standing before you… and I’m a youth,” Tinubu declared as his supporters cheered him on.