“Prayer helped me” – Tinubu speaks o primary victory

Asiwaju Bola Tinubu has credited ‘prayers’ for helping him secure the APC Presidential ticket when he was frustrated.

Speaking on Sunday, June 19 after paying a visit to the Oba of Lagos, Rilwan Akiolu to seek royal blessing, Tinubu said he had to resort to prayer and that he poured out his mind when he felt the ‘gang up against him.’

He said:

“There is no Lagos indigene that has had the opportunity to become President of Nigeria, despite the contribution of the State to the national stability and progres.” he was quoted as saying in a statement by Mr Gboyega Akosile, the Chief Press Secretary to Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State.

“The highest position attained by any Lagosian in national leadership is the position of Chief Judge of the Federation. I took up the fight to break this jinx. The battle to secure the APC ticket was hard. When I was almost fed up, I resorted to prayers. I also poured out my mind when I felt there was a gang up against my person. Thank God that I have brought home the presidential ticket.”

“I took up the fight to break this jinx. The battle to secure the APC ticket was hard. When I was almost fed up, I resorted to prayers. I also poured out my mind when I felt there was a gang up against my person. Thank God that I have brought home the presidential ticket.
The task ahead is to galvanise our people to get their voter cards and vote to enable us realise this ambition. Getting our people to vote is the most important task before all of us.

“We need to take this message to our people across communities and sensitise them on the need to vote in the general elections.”

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