Bola Tinubu, the All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate for president, has criticized the government led by Muhammadu Buhari.
Tinubu said that he would win the election for Nigeria’s next president on February 25 despite attempts by some in the government to hurt his chances.
On Wednesday, he made the disclosure during a rally at the MKO Abiola Stadium in Abeokuta, the capital of Ogun State.
President Buhari and Tinubu are both members of the same party.
He said, “Let fuel be expensive, only they know where they keep it,” in Yoruba. We will vote and be elected if you keep the naira and the gasoline. Naira notes can have their ink changed. You won’t get what you want. We’ll prevail.
Relax, they said, because the price of gasoline will rise to between N200 and N500 per liter. They do not wish for these upcoming elections to take place. They want to disperse it, but that won’t work.
“They believed they could disrupt; They sabotage fuel, but we will vote and win regardless of whether we have motorcycles or tricycles or fuel. This revolution is superior.
Our PVCs will allow us to take control of the government. We will travel to the polling units even if they say there is no fuel.
Nigerians have been forced to pay as much as N350 for a liter of gasoline, and fuel queues have continued to appear and disappear since January of this year.
The Nigerian government has remained silent rather than addressing the issue.