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2023: MURIC backs former Lagos Gov, Tinubu

The Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) has tactically backed Bola Tinubu for the 2023 presidency.

In a press release Monday evening by the Director, Ishaq Akintola, MURIC stated the South-West has an enormous alternative of gaining political energy in 2023.

“Luckily the Yoruba should not have to look too far as a former governor of Lagos State and chief of the ruling social gathering has proven curiosity. Here’s a candidate that brandishes impeccable pedigree”, he wrote in a veiled reference to Tinubu.

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“No one can deny his political dexterity. He’s identified to have fought and gained a number of political battles. The most effective the Yoruba individuals can do for the area is to rally behind this candidate and be sure that he clinches energy in 2023,” MIURIC added.

MURIC lauded stakeholders within the ongoing decision of the disaster between the Hausa/Fulani neighborhood of Igangan, in Ibarapa, Oyo State and the Yoruba.

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The group known as for extension of the identical direct dialogue to Ondo State.

Akintola suggested the Yoruba to drop all irredentist, insurrectionist and belligerent propensities so as to have the ability to focus absolutely on their presidential ambition.

MURIC stated any group that fails to get its acts collectively early sufficient ought to kiss Aso Rock goodbye within the subsequent common elections.

The assertion famous {that a} tribe looking for to rule should be seen to be accommodating, tolerant and resilient.

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“Energy shift to the South has grow to be necessary as President Muhammadu Buhari would have spent eight full years by 2023 and all eyes are presently on the South-West.

“Subsequently the area can’t afford to lose the chance as a consequence of restlessness, recklessness, pointless protests, issuance of stop notices to different ethnicities and a common lack of stability”, it added.

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