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Nigerians Should Follow ‘Man Wey Know Road’ — Shettima

The vice-presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Kashim Shettima says Nigerians should follow ‘man wey know road’ in 2023.

Gatekeepers News reports that Shettima said this at the general conference of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) in Lagos,

He said the presidential candidate of the party, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu will replicate the feats he recorded as Lagos governor at the federal level.

Shettima said they would hit the ground running if elected into office in 2023.

The vice-presidential candidate said as governor of Borno state, he facilitated the construction of the best schools in the country.

Shettima said, “Nigerians have the capability to see through the worn-out rhetoric and sophistry of pretentious politicians.

“Nigerians should follow the man wey know the road. From day one, we will hit the ground running. We’ll promptly address the issue of the economy, ecology, and security.

“And we have the antecedents. I built some of the best schools in Nigeria. Go to Borno and see wonders; you will never believe that it is a state in a state of war.

“So, we are going to replicate our achievements in Lagos, in Borno and some of the frontline states so that our nation will be a better place.

“The fundamental issue is pure leadership.”

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