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VP‘s 2023 presidential bid on course, not stepping down – PYO Campaign organisation

 

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Admin l Monday, June 06, 2022

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LAGOS, Nigeria – The PYO Presidential Campaign Council has said that the Vice President  Professor Yemi Osinbajo’s presidential bid remains on course and that he is not stepping down for anybody.

The PYO Campaign Council issued the statement following speculation that he has stepped down for another candidate.

But in a statement, Chair, PYO Media Council Richard Akinnola described the report as nothing but fake news and the handiwork of those who are afraid of the huge and rising  political support base of the Vice President as the primaries draw near.

“Prof. Osinbajo is not contemplating any such idea as all available empirical data and ensuing developments strongly demonstrate that the VP is the leading aspirant.

“The latest of such is the recently completed report of the party’s Presidential Screening Committee that shows he is the leading APC presidential aspirant”, the PYO Presidential Campaign Council said,  assuring all Nigerians that the PYO Presidential Campaign team is ready for the primaries and very sure of victory.

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“It is our earnest expectation that all delegates participate fully in the political process and provide the right direction for the future of our country as we prepare for our party’s presidential primary”, the council said.

The PYO Campaign Council welcomes all distinguished delegates from across the country to Abuja for the presidential primaries starting tomorrow.

Meanwhile,  ahead of the primaries, a group of civic minded volunteers under the auspices of the PYO Volunteers Support Network has finalized plans to set up mobile clinics, fixed health posts, accommodation assistance and other logistics support for delegates, convention working committees, among others participating in the APC Special Convention.

“For instance, there will be a 24/7 helpdesk line that delegates can call if there is an emergency so as to provide first aid, outpatient care and use available ambulances to evacuate to the nearest hospital if necessary”, the statement added.

 

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