The Tinubu Marketing campaign Organisation (TCO) has once more distanced itself from a reported manifesto of the Presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu.
Naija Information studies that the TCO had in Could denied a viral 28-page doc touted because the manifesto of the previous Lagos State Governor which circulated on social media.
The identical doc Titled ‘My Imaginative and prescient for Nigeria’, ready by former Deputy Governor of Lagos State, Olufemi Pedro and Authorized Director of Tinubu Marketing campaign Organisation, Babatunde Ogala, has began trending once more on-line since Tuesday.
It’s understood that the alleged manifesto comprises particulars on how Tinubu would enhance safety and create a whole bunch of hundreds of recent jobs with a strong economic system.
It additionally highlights how the APC Presidential flagbearer would remodel Nigeria into an enviable nation and one the place there will likely be justice, peace and prosperity for all.
In a chat with The Punch on Tuesday night time, TCO Spokesman, Bayo Onanuga, mentioned that the viral doc was not Tinubu’s marketing campaign manifesto for the 2023 presidential election.
He reiterated that the doc was a mere draft of options on possible programmes the APC presidential candidate might implement if elected in February 2023.
“We have now mentioned it for the umpteenth time that it isn’t our manifesto. It’s the standard viral doc that individuals are nonetheless sharing as Tinubu’s manifesto,” he mentioned.
One other member of the TCO, Ogala said that the viral doc was only a compilation of steered concepts by buddies of the previous Lagos governor.
He said that the doc turns into a manifesto when it’s finally put collectively and carries Tinubu’s imprint.
He mentioned, “It isn’t Tinubu’s manifesto however private enter by a bunch of buddies. The way it discovered its manner into the media is what I don’t know.
“It turns into a manifesto when it’s finally put collectively and doesn’t carry anyone’s identify however the candidate’s imprint.”