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Tinubu Interview With Chatham House: Delegate Questions To Loyalists

Tinubu sits with Dr. Alex Vine OBE at Chatham House to discuss his vision for Nigeria if elected president.



Tinubu interview with Chatham house

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Tinubu sits with Dr. Alex Vine OBE at Chatham House to discuss his vision for Nigeria if elected president.

The presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, sat down on Monday with the Managing Director, Ethics, Risk, and Resilience; Director, Africa Programme, Dr. Alex Vines OBE, at Chatham House in London.

The event, which was delivered at the Royal Institute of International Affairs, a nonprofit policy organization with its headquarters in London, concentrated on national security, economic imperatives, and foreign policy imperatives.

Dele Alake, El-Rufai, and Ben Ayade were given the chance to respond to some of the audience questions that were directed at the 70-year-old former Lagos State governor.

From the one hour and 25 minute live broadcast, Mandy News has not yet obtained any quotes.

Mandy News will soon make the transcript of the video, headlined Nigeria’s 2023 elections: Security, economic, and foreign policy imperatives – In conversation with Bola Ahmed Tinubu, available online.

Numerous Nigerians on social media are raising the following questions as a result of him not responding to them directly:

  • “Why can’t Mr Tinubu answer very important questions himself?
  • Why delegate his proxies to answer these questions?
  • Why would a noble organization like yours allow this kind of charade?
  • Is Tinubu going to rule Nigeria wit proxies if elected?”

Follow up We’ll update the transcript soon.

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