APC Chieftain, Wabara Describes Visit Of Presidential Candidate, Tinubu To Owerri As Huge Success

Bola Ahmed Tinubu

A Chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Sir Marc Wabara has described the visit of the presidential candidate of party, Senator Bola Ahmed Tinubu to Owerri, the Imo State capital on Thursday as remarkable.

In a chat with Newsportal, Wabara said the turnout and the personalities that thronged Owerri to receive the APC flag bearer were very impressive, adding that the visit, which is the first among the Town-Hall meetings scheduled for the South East region, would encourage party members to work much harder to ensure victory for the party in the forthcoming general elections.

Director General, Presidential Campaign Council, His Excellency, Simon Lalong, Deputy Director General, South, Independent Campaign Council, Gen. Azubuike Ihejirika (retd), Deputy Director General, South, Coalition of Support Groups for Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, Sir Marc Wabara, two other APC stalwarts at Owerri for the Presidential Campaign Town Hall meeting on November 17, 2022

Wabara, who is also the Deputy Director General, South, Coalition of Support Groups for Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu (COSGABAT) expressed optimism that the South East would give the APC the much needed support that would facilitate victory for the party.

He also said Tinubu was very prepared to build on the developmental strides of the Muhamnadu Buhari administration.

The presidential candidate, Tinubu, in response to the request made by key stakeholders in the trading and manufacturing sector in the South East during the Town-Hall meeting, assured them that if he becomes president he would introduce policies that would address all issues hindering the performance of their businesses. He added that his government would develop a coding system that will streamline the levies, thereby eliminating the issue of multiple taxation by the different government Agencies.


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