In France, Tinubu and Kwankwaso discuss peace

Bola Ahmed Tinubu, Nigeria’s President-Elect, met with the presidential candidate of the New Nigeria People’s Party NNPP in France to discuss the possibility of building a government of national unity and reconciling ahead of the May 29th inauguration. Continue Reading>>>

The meeting, which took place in Paris on Monday, was arranged by Kwankwaso’s supporter Abdulmumin Jibrin, who was formerly in Tinubu’s camp.

Both clever men are still in Paris and are anticipated to further deepen their discussions, which are now providing a favorable atmosphere and debunking claims that Tinubu is unwell.Continue Reading>>>

According to reports, Tinubu is utilizing this meeting to repair ties between Kano state governor Abdullahi Ganduje and Kwankwaso.

With Tinubu at the head of affairs awaiting the conclusion of the tribunal, the APC has been waiting for a chance to welcome Kwankwaso back to the party, which is now a possibility, particularly because he and Tinubu have maintained a tight connection over the years.

The major goal seems to be to persuade Kwankwaso to join a government of national unity.

Political observers are not ruling out Kwankwaso playing a significant role in a Tinubu administration.

Following his announcement as the victor of the presidential elections, Tinubu said that he would lead a government of national unity, which would include granting posts to the opposition.

 

The former Lagos State governor overcame Kwankwaso and others to win the contentious election in February.

 

The conference on Monday, it was learned, also examined developments in the legislative branch ahead of the legislators’ inauguration.

The governing APC has announced their leadership zoning mechanism for the 10th National Assembly. However, some members of the party are already protesting and threatening to cooperate with the opposition to derail the agreement.

 

Kwankwaso was the deputy speaker of the House of Representatives in 1992, when Tinubu was a Senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

 

Other attendees at the France meeting were House Speaker Femi Gbajabiamila, Bola Tinubu’s wife Remi Tinubu, and Kwankwaso’s wife Salamatu.

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