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APC primary: I wear my zero vote with confidence – Pastor Bakare breaks silence

Pastor Tunde Bakare, Presiding overseer of the Citadel Global Community Church, formerly known as Latter Rain Assembly, has accepted the fact that he had zero votes during the recently concluded APC Presidential primary with confidence.

Bakare who paid a huge amount of N100million for the forms, At the primary concluded on June 8, refused to join other aspirants to step down for Tinubu who won the primary.

Naijapalaba.com reported: 2023: Tunde Bakare declares for presidential election.

On Sunday, June 12, While he was Addressing a press conference at his Church,  Bakare, who had in 2019 said God told him he would succeed President Muhammadu Buhari, said he wears his zero vote with confidence.

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According to the pastor, he remains fulfilled despite the zero votes because he did not compromise his values tailored toward a new Nigeria.

Congratulating Tinubu on his emergence as the winner of the primary, said the emergence of Tinubu as the party’s candidate is a testament to his “significant contributions to the course of the South West and his labor towards the formation and establishment of the APC.”

Read also: “I am happy that I have passed the test of character by not paying any delegate” – Pastor Tunde Bakare speaks after scoring zero votes at APC Presidential primary election

Bakare while saying he remains “audaciously confident” that a new Nigeria is possible prayed God to bless the country with a leader that is not in love with money but justice and a leader not in love with publicity but humanity.”

“I therefore send best wishes to him as he proceeds to the campaign train towards the 2023 general elections,” he said

Bakare, Tein Jack-Rich, a businessman; Ikeobasi Mokelu, a former minister; and Rochas Okorocha, an incumbent Senator, are the presidential aspirants who scored zero in the election.

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