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2023: Tinubu support group appoints FCT minister of state as patron

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By SALISU SANI-IDRIS

Bola Tinubu

ABUJA- The Tinubu Support Organisation (TSO), has appointed the FCT Minister of State, Dr Ramatu Aliyu, as it patron, ahead of 2023 general poll.

Mr Austine Elemue, the Special Assistant on Media to the minister, in a statement on Wednesday in Abuja, said the Director General of the group, Mr Aminu Suleiman, presented the appointment letter to the minister.

Dr Ramatu Aliyu

Suleiman said that said the appointment was in recognition of the minister’s immense supports and contributions toward the attainment of the group’s aims and objectives due to her believe in Tinubu’s political ideologies.

He expressed the hope that the appointment would serve as a motivation for the minister to continue to put in her utmost for the realisation of the organisation’s objectives.

“I am pleased to inform you that you are appointed as a PATRON, Tinubu Support Organisation.

“This is in recognition of your immense love and believe in Tinubu’s Political ideologies as well as your immeasurable supports and contributions toward the attainment of the Tinubu Support Organisation’s aims and objectives.

“The terms and conditions of your appointment as well as your expected duties shall be as contained in the constitution of the organisation.

“It is my hope and believe that this appointment will serve as a motivation gear for you to continue to put in your utmost for the realisation of the organisation’s objectives,” he said.

In her acceptance remarks, the minister expressed optimism that the group would attain its goal of ensuring the victory of APC in 2023 presidential poll.

“With dedication, commitment and handwork, we will get there in no distant time.

“That is to say, even in absentia, the basic thing we want to hear is to see Tinubu emerge as the president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. May God see us through,” he said. (NAN)

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