Tinubu to speak on manifesto at Chatham House December 5
Presidential candidate of All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, will speak on his agenda for Nigeria at the Royal Institute of International Affairs, also known as Chatham House, on December 5.
Tinubu, according to Chatham House, will, during the occasion, have the opportunity to “discuss his vision and recently unveiled a manifesto for ‘renewing hope’ in Nigeria, including his policy proposals for economic reform and revival, and how to deliver secure and inclusive job opportunities for Nigerian citizens.”
Though it’s not yet clear who among the remaining presidential candidates will, next, get an invitation to come and speak on their agenda for the country, Chatham House said in a statement that hosting Tinubu is “part of a series examining Nigeria’s 2023 elections and political developments, including with a cross-section of political figures, presidential candidates and policymakers.”
Tinubu, who has been the subject of various speculations about his health, just like President Muhammadu Buhari was in 2015 when he was the APC presidential candidate, will, probably, be hoping that history is on his side.
Buhari spoke on his manifesto at the same Chatham House, ahead of the election that brought him to power in his first tenure.