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Buhari Meets APC Vice Presidential Candidate, Kashim Shettima

Tinubu had on Wednesday officially unveiled Shettima as his Vice-Presidential running mate to the public.

Senator Kashim Shettima, a former Borno State governor is Bola Tinubu's running mate / Photo credit: DailyTrust

Senator Kashim Shettima, a former Borno State governor is Bola Tinubu's running mate / Photo credit: DailyTrust

President Muhammadu Buhari has met behind closed doors with the All Progressives Congress Vice Presidential candidate, former Gov. Kashim Shettima, at the State House, Abuja, on Wednesday.

The APC vice presidential candidate was accompanied to the State House by Governor Babagana Zulum of Borno.

The APC Presidential Candidate for the 2023 General Elections, Senator Bola Tinubu, had on July 10 officially announced Shettima as his running mate.

Tinubu made the announcement while briefing journalists after a closed-door meeting with President Buhari at Daura, Katsina State, Buhari’s home state.

The APC presidential candidate was in Daura to pay Sallah homage to Buhari as well as intimate him of his decision to pick Shettima as his running mate.

Tinubu had on Wednesday officially unveiled Shettima as his Vice-Presidential running mate to the public.

Shettima, a former two-term governor of Borno, is currently a Senator representing Borno Central in the National Assembly.

At the unveiling of Shettima, Tinubu said: “I remain steadfast in my belief in the selection of Sen. Shettima.

“I am unwavering in my belief that he is the very best person to run for office and to, hopefully, govern by my side.’’

Tinubu thanked President Buhari and members of APC National Working Committee (NWC), saying he considered it an honour and privilege to be the party`s 2023 presidential candidate.

(NAN)

Written by The Interview Editors

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