2023 Presidential Candidate of the All Progresses Congress (APC), Ahmed Bola Tinubu has urged Nigerians not to despair over the economic hardship caused by the scarcity of Bank notes and fuel scarcity and hike nationwide.

He reveals those unnamed Nigerians behind the canister act were looking for ways to cause crisis that could lead to the postponement of the general elections in Nigeria.

The two-term former Lagos State governor who disclosed this at APC campaign rally in Ado-Edo, Ekiti State on Friday, accused the fifth Columnists of attempting to poison his goodwill for violence that could lead to postponement of the polls and interim government.

Addressing a crowd of party faithful and supporters at the rally, Tinubu said: “They (currency hoarders) are hoarding naira so that you can be angry and fight. They want confusion so that the election can be postponed.

“What they want is an interim government but we are wiser than them. We will not fight. Any rat that eats rat poison will end up killing itself.

“I am in the race for the betterment of the people. If it is what I will eat and what I need personally, God has provided for me. I am in this race to make life good and better for you too”, The APC Presidential Candidate said.

President Muhammadu Buhari is billed to handover the reign of power to the next democratically elected President on May 29, 2023.

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