The presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu, on Friday, June 10, continued his reconciliatory moves as he visited some of his rivals in the just concluded primary election.
Tinubu visited former Transportation Minister Rotimi Amaechi, Kogi state Governor Yahaya Bello, Ebonyi state Governor Dave Umahi and former Niger Delta Affairs Minister Godswill Akpabio, Premium Times reports.
This came 24 hours after a similar visit to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo who came third in the primary election with 235 votes.
During the primary, Tinubu polled a total of 1,271 votes – more than four times the votes scored by his closet rival, Amaechi who had 316 votes and the Kogi state governor got 47 votes.
Tinubu and Amaechi agree to work together In the home of Amaechi, the former Lagos governor said they had a ‘genuine’ discussion among family members. Tinubu stated: “We had a genuine conversation. There will always be anger and disagreement. A loss of oneness is a loss of hope.
— Chibuike R. Amaechi (@ChibuikeAmaechi) June 10, 2022
We have had a fruitful discussion. We have resolved to work together.” Amaechi also shared a photo of Tinubu at his residence on his Twitter page.
In the caption, he disclosed that they resolved to work together as one family under the APC.