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2023: I’ve No Grudge Against Any Aspirant – Bode George

Ahead of the 2023 basic elections, a former Deputy National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Chief Olabode George, the previous day stated he had no issues with any presidential aspirant.

He additionally declared that his criticisms of former Lagos Governor, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, has nothing to do with his incarceration as not too long ago insinuated by way of a former Ogun Governor, Mr. Segun Osoba. 

Addressing a press the previous day, George stated he believes it’s his “inalienable right” to inspect the pedigree of people looking to contest the 2023 elections. 

READ MORE: Chief Bode George: I will tear my passport if Tinubu Becomes President in 2023

According to politics360 George had attacked Tinubu moments after he declared his purpose to contest the 2023 presidency

The former Deputy National Chairman described Tinubu’s declaration as a huge joke, announcing the APC leader lacked the pedigree to be the president of this Nation. 

In his speech titled, “2023 and the Presidential Aspirants: Time to Speak Out,” Bode said that each and every certified citizen has the right to aspire to any leadership position “in a true democratic order.”



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