The All Progressives Congress (APC), Canada Chapter, has stated that it is prepared to refute any untrue allegations made against the organization and Sen. Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the party’s presidential candidate.
The party made this announcement in a statement read on Tuesday in Akure by the chapter’s chairman, Mr. Omololu Apata.
Tomololu stated that the APC, Canada chapter would deal with concerns of disparaging the reputation of the APC’s presidential candidate in addition to financially and materially supporting the party.
“The upcoming elections have a lot on the line. Therefore, it is not surprising that some people have used social media as a means of slander and blackmail when they are desperate.
“A committee will be established to challenge any false information or lies directed at our leading candidate with facts that would invalidate their body of false information,” he stated.
He claimed that the party would make use of technology’s potential to help the APC candidate win.
“We are aware that our candidate is passionate about using technology to alter society on an economic and social level.
We sincerely hope that he would be able to attend this crucial event with us, he added.
Omololu praised the party’s Canadian supporters for their perseverance and commitment throughout the years.
He claims that it is time for people to band together in favor of the party and its presidential candidate, who is capable of bringing Nigeria back to its rightful place in the community of nations.
“Thankfully, our chapter can point to a varied group of committed, resourceful members.
“APC Canada aims to significantly contribute to the strengthening of the already-existing bilateral partnership between Nigeria and Canada after the 2023 elections and with our chief serving as president.
“Canada is a financial powerhouse in the world. It is a place where nature has been incredibly kind and giving.
He said, “Canadians have also successfully utilized those natural resources to an enviable worldwide level.”
According to Omololu, both nations may benefit from cooperation in a number of important economic sectors, including agriculture, the exploitation of natural resources, engineering, and technology.