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Tinubu quashes alleged rift with Gov. Abdulraqzaq, says ‘I’ve no problems with him’

Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, National leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has rebuffed claims that there was a rift between him and  Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq of Kwara State.

Tinubu rather said that his relationship with Governor Abdulrazaq predated 1999.

The APC Nationa leader was reported to have told a pro-Lai Mohammed group, who visited him, that Governor Abdulrazaq should be accorded commensurate respect and recognition.

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Tinubu, according to a reliable source, also commended Governor Abdulrazaq’s administration for his infrastructural renewal and strategic interventions in Kwara State.

He maintained that Governor Abdulrazaq’s achievements should be complemented with a political reconciliation to achieve the desired electoral success.

Tinubu was quoted to have said that, “You are all well known to me, as experienced politicians I want to urge you to work with the Governor to consolidate his successes in the interest of the party.

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“As for 2023, you are all free to obtain forms and contest, however, it is counterproductive to fight the Governor of our party because you want his job before his tenure ends.

“After listening to you for hours, none of you have said that the governor is not performing – you only criticized him for not carrying you along.”

He urged aggrieved people in the state to work with Governor Abdulrazaq to move Kwara State forward.