2023: We Have 5 Better Option, Not Tinubu — Northern Group

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The Inter-Party Advisory Council (IPAC) Northern Chairmen Forum has denied endorsing the presidential ambition of the flagbearer of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu.

The forum in a statement released through its secretary, who is also the IPAC chairman Kaduna state chapter, Mikaila Abubakar disclosed that it had never endorsed Tinubu.

The forum accused one Dr Ahmad Ahmad of using the names of its members and other political party candidates in the north to garner support for Tinubu.

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According to Abubakar, even if the forum would support a presidential candidate in 2023, it has five better options that can serve Nigerians.

The forum threatened to file a lawsuit against Dr Ahmad if he fails to tender an apology.

IPAC said, “The attention of the northern IPAC chairmen forum has been drawn to the fraudulent activities of some people led by one Dr Ahmad Ahmad, using the names of our members and other political parties’ candidates across the 19 Northern states to garner support for the APC presidential candidate in the forthcoming elections.

“It should be made categorically clear to whoever is concerned that he has never met with Dr Ahmad Ahmad or any of his business partners anywhere anytime.

“Even if our Forum has the mandate to endorse or support any Presidential Candidate, we have about five better options among the opposition political parties that can effectively and energetically service Nigeria.

“We demand an unreserved apology from Dr Ahmad Ahmad or legal action will be taken against him.”

The Forum in the statement also charged the public to ignore any publication carrying the name of any of their members by Dr Ahmad and his partners.

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IPAC added, “We shall not relent on voters’ education programs in the Northern states to ensure that Arewa gets it right in 2023.”

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