“I publicly announce my choice to run for President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria on the APC platform today, with the utmost humility,” I write.

The term of President Muhammadu Buhari expires in May of next year, and Osinbajo hopes to succeed him.

“If by di grace of God and di will of di Pipo, dem give me di opportunity, then I believe say first, we must finish what we don start, to radically transform our security and intelligence architecture, to complete di reforms of our justice system, to focus on adequate remuneration and welfare of judicial personnel, and to make sure say justice dey for all and we observe di rule of law,” Osinbajo says in a video posted to his social media handles.

In order to create a suitable climate for businesses to prosper, I also want to speed infrastructure development in di kontri, notably in the areas of power, roads, trains, and broadband access.

“To advance the agricultural revolution, particularly in terms of mechanization and the development of the farm-to-table value chain; to ensure that the government, its agencies, and regulators support the business community; and to establish a digital economy that would employ millions of Nigerian youth.”

Oda tins im tok:

“I’ve served as vice president under true Nigerian patriots as a servant of the country in both war and peace for the past seven years.”

“I’m working through some of our country’s most tough circumstances.”

As Vice President, I pledge to continue working with President Muhammadu Buhari to secure the country, build infrastructure, and boost the economy.

“I don’t represent the Kontri in a variety of capacities, nor do I serve the government in a variety of capacities.”

“I don dey for all Nigerian local governments, as well as many regular Nigerians’ homes.”

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Im Sabi di ambitions and aspirations of many Nigerians says Professor Yemi Osinbajo.

Di 65-year-old vice-president will compete with other APC presidential candidates for the presidential nomination.

Dem include im benefactor Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the former governor of Lagos, whom dem refer to as the party’s “strong man.”

Others include Yahaya Bello, the governor of Kogi State, and Rotimi Amaechi, the current Transport Minister.

Former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar, Governor of Rivers State Nyesom Wike, Governor of Bauchi State Bala Muhammad, Governor of Sokoto State Aminu Tambuwal, and former Senate President Bukola Saraki are the primary challengers for the opposition PDP party.

The presidential election is set to take place in February of next year.