Former deputy national chairman of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Olabode George, has began moves to run in the 2023 presidential race.
Sources close to the former governor of old Ondo State, told BusinessDay that George joined the race after meetings held in Lagos, London in UK and Berlin, Germany recently with some political leaders recently.
George, who was the director-general (D-G) of the Umaru Musa Yar’Adua Campaign Organisation in 2006/2007, is said to be London presently strategizing and meeting some prominent Nigerians on how to actualise the ambition.
Although he is still a member of PDP, it is still not clear on which political platform George, the Atona Odua of Yorubaland, will launch his campaign.
The source further revealed that the experienced administrator, orator and politician, will unveil his presidential plans in the middle of 2020, while committees have been set up for mobilisation, while the real work will kick-off in 2021.
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