A group identified as Osinbajo Support Movement has flooded Bauchi state with campaign banners and posters of Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo as President 2023.
As seen viral in major part of the state, the posters carries different pictures of Prof. Osinbajo with caption of he running for President in 2023.
In areas like, CBN round about, Wunti round about, Emires Palace round about, Central Market round about, Awalah round about, Jos Road roud about, APC Secteriat and some major streets in Bauchi towns. Prof Yemi Osinbajo posters are seen in numbers.
Major stakeholders and political analysts have rooted for the Vice President as a notable, qualified and worthy successor of President Muhammadu Buhari in 2023.
The group further established the assumptions and various political analysis that the Vice President might run for President in 2023. Although, the Office of the Vice President has noted that Prof. Yemi Osinbajo has not made announcement that he will be interested to run for President in 2023, yet, major political aroma and directions points to him as the GCFR in 2023.
In Bauchi state, commuters were seen acknowledging the posters and banners with waving of hands and major discussions in favour of the VP to succeed President Buhari.
The group coordinator from Bauchi state, Mr. Honorable İbrahim Bello when contacted noted that, “Yes, we are behind the banners and posters as you can see our name on it. Our principal is Prof. Yemi Osinbajo and we have received directions from the national level of our group ably led by Mr. Liberty Olawale Badmus. This is one of the efforts to ensure VP Osinbajo succeed President Muhammadu Buhari in 2023. He has proven us all capable to paddle the affairs of Nigeria, so why won’t he contest?
“We will not relent to ensure his name which is already known gained more wider and broadest publicity in and outside Bauchi state. That is our mandate and we will continue to do just that, and we have distributed a large number of posters to our OSM Local Goverment coordinators in all the 20 LGs in the state,” he concluded.