All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate Asiwaju Bola Tinubu will speak today about his agenda for Nigeria at the Royal Institute of International Affairs, also known as Chatham House in London.

This comes seven years after President Muhammadu Buhari addressed Chatham House on February 25, 2015 as the APC presidential candidate.

Tinubu is expected to speak on security, economics and foreign policy at the UK’s elite institution of foreign policy and political experts.

In 2011, Tinubu spoke at Chatham House about the renaissance of opposition in Nigerian politics. The session was entitled: “Democracy and the rebirth of the opposition in Nigeria”.

Tinubu will discuss “his vision and recently released a manifesto to ‘renew hope’ in Nigeria, including his policy proposals for economic reform and revival and how to provide safe and inclusive job opportunities for Nigerian citizens”.

The event is part of a series of events and results examining Nigeria’s elections and political events in 2023.

Meanwhile, the Atiku/Okowa Presidential Campaign Organization lampooned Tinubu on his trip to Chatham House in the UK, saying the voters he should target are not in Chatham but waiting for him in Nigeria.

Atiku/Okowa Presidential Campaign Organization spokesman Kola Ologbondiyan said it was pathetic that Asiwaju Tinubu had to travel to the UK under the pretense of a Chatham House date just to dodge Nigerians and the media. at home for fear of being asked questions. about his many political baggage, miserable blunders, fictitious plans and nonsensical programs encapsulated in a renewed hopelessness.

“The APC presidential candidate is always looking for a public arena where he can rely on written messages instead of allowing Nigerians to scrutinize him.

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“It is imperative that his handlers note that Nigerians fear that Asiwaju Tinubu may eventually cause our nation great international embarrassment by displaying his constant mistakes on the International Stage at Chatham House.

“In any case, while the APC presidential candidate is seeking forums abroad, the PDP presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, is touring the country and directly engaging Nigerians in credible forums with his national and national recovery plans, policies and programs. people-based for our nation. .

“Our campaign urges Nigerians to ignore the antics of the APC and its presidential candidate while remaining focused on their determination to vote for Atiku Abubakar in the 2023 presidential election so that he can lead the charge in the onerous task of rebuilding our nation.” . he said.