Osinbajo Campaign Spokesperson, Akinnola Concedes Defeat, Reaches Out To Tinubu

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The spokesman of the Yemi Osinbajo Campaign Organisation, Mr Richard Akinnola, has conceded defeat and congratulated the former governor of Lagos State, Bola Tinubu.
Akinnola who made the disclosure in a post on his Facebook page, said: “Congratulations, Asiwaju Tinubu, the presumed winner of the primaries.

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“In any contest, there must be a winner. However, I’m very proud of my choice of support in the person of Prof. Yemi Osinbajo.
“I have no iota of regret over my support for him. It was a privilege to play a pivotal role for him during the process. I would gladly do it over and over again. It’s a matter of conviction.
“And for all our supporters and other volunteers who worked assiduously, day and night on the PYO project, God bless you all. I’m so proud of all of you.
“As l often say, God rules in the affairs of men and He has a purpose for what just happened.
Understandably, many of you are dispirited and downcast but do not let your heart be troubled. There must be a reason God allowed this. It may not be manifest to us now but later as He is all knowing.
“I’m unfazed, unbowed and proud of PYO. Our supporters, abeg, make una shake it off. No be say person die, Life goes on. No yawa,” he wrote.
Meanwhile, counting of votes is concluding gradually at the All Progressives Congress special convention in Abuja where the 2023 presidential candidate is being elected.
President Muhammadu Buhari left Eagle Square, venue of the convention, at about 1.20am on Wednesday before the commencement of voting.
Before his departure, Buhari told the party members to remain united and avoid acrimony.
The ruling party has been in turmoil since the national chairman, Abdullahi Adamu, attempted to impose a consensus candidate on the party.
Meanwhile, 11 northern APC governors stood their ground and announced their decision to zone the presidency to the South.