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2023: Osinbajo Reveals What His Government Will Bring To Nigeria

Professor Yemi Osinbajo, the Vice President of Nigeria and a presidential candidate in 2023, has pledged to bring peace and development to the country if he is elected President.

According to, On Tuesday, during a consultative visit to Ogun State, where he was welcomed by Governor Dapo Abiodun, Osinbajo made the commitment.

He claims that he is running for President of Nigeria in 2023 and that if elected, he will not waste time in completing any of his promises.

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The Vice President committed to use his extensive knowledge to address all of the country’s difficulties.


Addressing members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ogun State, Osinbajo said the visit is not for campaign purposes but to inform them of his decision to contest for presidency and seek their support.

“The Vice President position is an opportunity to serve and I have served with utmost loyalty. I put everything into my work. I am a candidate who will hit the ground running when I am elected.

“I have the requisite knowledge to do the job and building on what others have put in place. My presidency will bring peace, unity and development to the country”, the VP said.

He added that his allegiance is to the people of Nigeria and no one else.

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“After all I have learnt if called upon to serve the nation, should I say No? I have decided that I will run for the office. I have sworn an oath to the Federal Republic of Nigeria. It is an oath to our people, our children and the future of Nigeria. I owe nobody else any allegiance outside the oath,” Osinbajo said.



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