Toyin Abraham States Why She Will Vote Tinubu In 2023 Election

“I love Asiwaju and I’m speaking about myself. I love him. And I’ll vote for him because I love him."

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Toyin Abraham, a Nigerian actress, has stated that she may vote for All Progressives Congress presidential candidate Bola Ahmed Tinubu in the upcoming general elections.

During an interview on ‘Your View,’ the actress stated the reasons why she has made the choice even when a lot of people believe that Tinubu is not in the right state of health and mind to lead the most populous African nation.

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She stated that she is rooting for Tinubu because she admires him and appreciates what he has done for her industry.

Speaking the actress said, “I love Asiwaju and I’m speaking about myself. I love him. And I’ll vote for him because I love him.

“Although I’ve not decided, I’m just telling you. And because of the things he has done for my industry.

“I’m not gonna use my own interest to lead others. He has been a wonderful man to my people. He has been there for people even when they had nothing.

Toyin Abraham clarified that she was speaking solely for herself.

“I am speaking for my own Oluwatoyin Abosede Dada Abraham Ajeyemi.

“Let people choose whoever they want to choose. I will not let people use the gender part of me. I will support anyone who supports everybody. Someone competent.

“I’m not going to jeopardise the future of our children because of gender part or because I have a colleague there.”

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The Nigeria 2023 presidential election holds 25 February with four major front runners in the race: Peter Obi of the Labour Party (LP), Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu of the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) and Rabiu Kwankwaso of the New Nigerian Peoples Party (NNPP).

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