A movement of young Professional Nigerians (Students, Business Tycoons, And Technocrats), Partisan and non partisan relying heavily on the credibility of its promoters to sensitize a certain demography of people both home and abroad about the Bola Ahmed Tinubu (BAT) presidential movement and to use its large database of followers to disseminate the BAT gospels 

APC inaugurates convention committee

By Adamu Abuh and John Akubo, Abuja

The ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), yesterday, moved closer to its March 26 national convention as the Niger State Governor, Abubakar Bello, who now heads the party, inaugurated an 86-member committee to plan the convention.

Curiously, neither the embattled caretaker committee chairman of the party, Governor Mai Mala Buni of Yobe State nor his Secretary, Senator John Akpanudoedehe made the revised list.

Also, the name of the former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode, who was earlier listed by Buni, the penultimate week was also conspicuously absent in the new list.  

Bello, who spoke while inaugurating the committee at the national secretariat of the party in Abuja, assured the party faithful of the conduct of a free and fair national convention of the party on March 26.

The Niger State Governor disabused the minds of sceptics, who believe that there would be another shift in the date of the national convention of the party.

He said: “For those of you that have been monitoring events in the national secretariat since Monday, we have started the effort to ensure that there is free and fair convention.

“I want to remind you that you have to work hard to ensure that the national convention holds on March 26, 2022. That day is sacrosanct Insha Allah.”

Conspicuously missing at the event for the first time was Akpanudoedehe, whose fate as a member of the caretaker committee hangs in the balance, despite his denial that he had been compelled to resign his position.

Bello explained that the decision to prune down the membership of the convention planning committee from over 1500 to 86 was in the best interest of the party.

Lagos APC members seek ticket for Osinbajo

By Kehinde Olatunji and Oluwatomiwa Ogunniyi

Say Nigeria needs technocrat as president

Some members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Lagos State have asked the party to give the presidential ticket to the Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, stating that Nigeria needs a technocrat leader to move the country forward.

The party members, who stated this yesterday, at the local APC members’ interaction, maintained that Osinbajo had over the years shown himself to be a man of character, competent and reliable.

Director of Operations, Osinbajo Global Movement, Mrs. Temilade Okesanjo, said Nigeria needs a leader that has a track record of solving problems, and good pedigree.

She said: “We are here to talk about the importance of APC giving us Osinbajo for 2023 presidential election. We have members in all the local councils and Local Council Development Areas (LCDAs) in Lagos.

They are well represented here. All they say is that the APC should give us Osinbajo for 2023. Osinbajo has got the capacity, character, integrity and all that we need to fix Nigeria. Everyone is clamouring for him in the South-East, South-South, South-West and even the North.”

ALSO, Diaspora Convener of the movement, Dayo Akintobi, said it is important for Nigerians to take their destiny in their hands and support a leader who has the best interest of the country at heart.

Photo News; BAT Vanguard weekly meeting held on 11th March, 2022 at their Abuja Zonal Office.
The Group vowed to ensure Bola Ahmed Tinubu wins the upcoming APC Primary election by putting in place all necessary measures that would ensure their promoters fly the party flag in the general election.