We lost the battle, not the war – Osinbajo on losing the APC ticket to Tinubu in 2023


Following his defeat in the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential primary to former Lagos State Governor Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo claimed he had lost the battle but not the war.

Osinbajo, on the other hand, reiterated that he is still dedicated to the vision of a new Nigeria.

On Friday, he said this at The Progressive Project’s (TPP) campaign office in Abuja.

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The Vice President also stated that he will vote for Tinubu in the upcoming election.

“This is a movement within a party as well; we aren’t doing anything that hasn’t been done before.”

“What’s new is that we have a clear sense that a new Nigeria is possible, and that it can be achieved through the efforts of those of us who are here.

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“We went to the convention, and the results clearly revealed that we had lost, but this was merely a fight, not a war.” Although there may be battles ahead, we will prevail in the war for a new Nigeria. I am confident that we will win the war for a new Nigeria.

“As a result, our campaign for a new Nigeria must stay steadfast and robust.” And we will do everything in our power to maintain our movement strong and stable,” Osinbajo stated.

“The desire of a new country remains alive and well,” he continued. We’ll keep in mind that what you’ve started in numerous movements, combining into one, is the seed that will give life to a new nation. We both know the time has come, and we’ll do everything we can to make it happen.”

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