Rufai Oseni behaving like a candidate that lost election – APC G3

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The APC Grassroots Governance Group APC G3 has rejected the tag of failure put on the present administration by ARISE television presenter, Rufai Oseni, saying he is behaving like a candidate that lost election.

Writing on his Twitter handle on Wednesday, Oseni said “This failure has made Buhari look like a superstar.

APC G3 in a press release on Wednesday said Oseni has deliberately refused to overcome his pains over the loss of the 2023 Elections.

The press release signed by APC G3 National Coordinator, Amechi Chuks Oyema said that Oseni should be using his medium to proffer solutions to national issues and not continue to bemoan what may be his personal loss in the elections.

The Group said Oseni should aspire to contest the 2027 elections and not continue to behave like a defeated candidate.

According to APC G3 “We are being forced to react to deliberate misinformation being churned out by Rufai Oseni who is behaving like a defeated candidate and looking for relevance. If he is the most concerned about the issues in the country, he should formally join his political party and contest the 2027 elections.

“We are not here to say all is well with our country, but we can say the Tinubu administration is doing everything to ensure the country move forward.

“You cannot repair what has been damaged in one day. Rufai Oseni is aware of efforts being made, just that he doesn’t want to agree to laudable programmes being put in place.

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“APC G3 urges Rufai Oseni to use the privileges he has to speak progress and development into our country and not continue to dampen morale of the citizens,” the group added.

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