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2027: Group blasts northern political elites plotting against Tinubu


The Arewa Youth Consultative Forum, AYCF, has alleged that a section of the northern political elites is plotting to prevent President Bola Tinubu from seeking re-election in 2027.

The forum also alleged that the ongoing disruptions and agitations in the North is an attempt to achieve the aim in 2027.

The President General of AYCF, Yerima Shettima, claimed that the plot involves setting unrealistic and unattainable standards for the Tinubu administration, with the aim of discrediting the government and swaying public opinion against it.

He said, “The campaign of vilification and destabilisation is part of a broader strategy to weaken Tinubu’s support base in the North, with minister of state defence, Bello Mohammed Matawalle, being the primary target.”

According to him, the continuous attacks on key Tinubu allies are part of a broader scheme to destabilise the government and prevent his potential reelection for a second term in 2027.

The AYCF lamented and viewed the actions as desperate attempts by power seekers to halt the administration’s progress and reverse its anti-corruption efforts.

He added, “The AYCF views these actions as a calculated attempt to dismantle the President’s support network and thwart his chances of securing a second term in office.”

Describing the efforts of the anti-Tinubu forces as too early, the AYCF warned against the deliberate propagation of false narratives and the use of obscure groups to undermine the President’s allies and tarnish his reputation.

The AYCF, therefore, called on President Tinubu and his team to remain vigilant and resolute in their commitment to the nation’s progress, urging the President to be wary of the propaganda campaigns being orchestrated against his administration and to stay focused on delivering on his promises to the Nigerian people.

“It is imperative for the government to stay focused on its goals, remain resilient in the face of these challenges, and work towards ensuring a stable and prosperous future for Nigeria. The administration must anticipate and counteract these moves in order to safeguard the progress and development of the nation,” he advised.

The AYCF said it finds it ridiculous for any group to assess and judge an administration that is barely one-year-old against a set of incredible expectations and unfair standards of judgment.

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