NAC Chairman, Ambassador Munir Prays For Tinubu’s Victory As TPN Exco Pays Courtesy Visit


*NAC Chairman Ambassador Munir Muhammed (r) with Mallam Abdulkarim M. Muhammad, Chairman of Tinubu People’s Network during the latter’s visit to the elder statesman


The management of Tinubu People’s Network, TPN led by the National Chairman, Mallam Abdulkarim Muhammad Abdullahi recently paid a courtesy visit to the Chairman of the Northern Alliance Committee Ambassador Muhammed Munir in his private home in Abuja.

Principal officers of TPN who accompanied the chairman on the visit include the National Secretary, Hon. Salihu Usman, Hon. Ajibola Akinbile who is the group’s director for special projects and National Assembly Relations, and a national co-ordinator, Danielle Ali.

In his opening remarks, Mallam Abdullahi thanked the elder statesman for the support the Northern Alliance Committee has given the  APC presidential candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu since his declaration of interest to run for the number one seat in the land. He praised the dogged support of the NAC despite stiff opposition from many sources to not endorse the candidacy of the Jagaban Borgu.

In his response, Ambassador Munir thanked the delegates for visiting him and urged them to be steadfast in supporting Tinubu as the best candidate so far among all the contestants. He spoke briefly about how his group opted for the choice of Asiwaju and prayed that the APC candidate will come out victorious in the presidential election in 2023. Watch thus video clip;

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