Princewill tells South East, South-South and Middle Belt to learn lesson from Tinubu's victory

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A former governorship aspairant inof the All Progrssives Congress in Rivers State, Tonye Princewill has said that the victory of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu in the APC presidential Primary, is a good political lesson to the three southern geo-political zones of South-south, South-East and Middle Belt.

Speaking on the aftermath of the special convention of the ruling party, Princewill said 2023 presidential elections between Bola Tinubu of APC and former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar of the PDP, would be an interesting watch.

He noted that the good lesson out of this is that a dark horse, or better still a light-complexioned horse, like Peter Obi provides an alternative, mainly in the South, while Kwankwaso of Kano provides an alternative in the North”.

He regretted that though the constituency he belongs to wanted a different kind of country with a clear separation from the past and it was “my view that Rotimi Amaechi could have been the one to provide it. The delegates in their number, however, disagreed with me. 

The former governorship candidate in the state informed that he would wait for what Amaechi who came second with 316 votes at the convention would say to his political family now that the convention has come and gone before he takes a position.

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