The Tinubu-Shettima Network (TSN), mobilising support for the victory of the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate, Asiwaju Ahmed Bola Tinubu, has assured Nigerians the victory of the former governor of Lagos state in the February 25 polls is certain.
The Tinubu/Shettima support group reiterated this position at the mammoth one-million-man trek in Abuja, Thursday, with a mass of youth, women and party faithful thronging the streets of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) amid solidarity songs.
Leading the park from their corporate headquarters office on Blantyre Street in Wuse II to the Unity Fountain in the heart of the city centre, Convener and National Chairman of TSN, Engr. Dr Kailani Muhammad, said, given the pedigree, charisma and followership of the APC presidential candidate, TSN is just waiting for the epic February 25 date for their victory song.
“We in the Tinub-Shettima Network are ready to continue with this mobilisation process. You can see the excitement among our youth and women, party men and supporters everywhere. They are all hear to lend support to our dream to enthrone democracy and good governance; somebody who will take over from President Muhammadu Buahri and guarantee food on the table for every Nigerian.
“Asiwaju has tested it and proven to be the material that we need at the moment. In a race there pretenders and there are contenders. Tinubu is the one contending to win this race; others are just pretenders. Come February 25, Nigerians will all queue behind our candidate.
“We have been sensitizing our members and party supporters to get their PVCs. In fact, we are just waiting for the day of our new song; and you members of the press will enjoy under Asiwaju’s presidency, insha Allahu,” Dr Muhammad stated.
Blueprint learnt that the solidarity one-million-man trek was one of the key activities of the pro-Tinubu group, ahead of the epic presidential election; having inaugurated their zonal, state and local government officials, and commissioned their headquarters office about two months ago.