APC diaspora committee charges women to support Tinubu, Shetima’s victory at presidential polls
Member of Diaspora Committee of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Princess Ann Ehigiator, has charged women to support the presidential ambitions of Bola Ahmed Tinubu and Kasimu Shetima for a better Nigeria.
Ehigiator, who stated this in Kwara State, urged women to push forward the door-to-door campaign of the presidential candidate Tinubu and his vice Shetima to ensure they secure victory in the presidential polls in 2023.
“It is an honour to be here today representing the diasporan, even to be given the rare privilege of speaking to this class of Nigerians,
“BAT empowered me and gave me a platform, which I am standing on now. I call him a builder of humanity. It is a statement to the fact that women are the salt of life and a more populated instrument of election victory in Nigeria.
“We are proudly the determinant of winning and with the strategies and numbers of our engagement, victory is sure for the All Progressives Congress in this presidential election,” she said.
According to her, the partnership with several international organisations has been tremendously of political advantage in networking in favour of the APC candidates.
“As a well travelled person with web of contacts in Europe and American societies, I am convinced beyond any reasonable doubt that millions of Nigerians in the diaspora are in love with the manifestos of Bola Ahmed Tinubu and beyond appreciation for the renewed hope. They are coming to Nigeria to cast their votes irrespective of countries of residence around the world.
“The hour is now, women are powerful and influential in this election. Our votes is victorious and once again on behalf of the diaspora committee our network and initiatives, especially with both the quality and quantity of our population as women, winning is assured.
“BAT has assured all the women and youths that we will be highly placed in his administration. Let us go all out and leave no stone unturned for no other candidate,” she added.