The All Progressives Congress (APC), Presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu’s wife, Oluremi Tinubu has urged Nigerians to kick her husband out of office after four years if he is elected and fails to deliver on his campaign promises.
She made the statement at the South-East women’s rally for Tinubu/Shettima Presidential Campaign in Imo state on Tuesday.
Mrs Tinubu said next month’s election should not be about religion but about capacity to perform with the fear of God.
The APC senator representing Lagos Central senatorial district also assured that women would form a large percentage of her husband’s cabinet.
She said; “Let’s leave religion aside; I am a Christian. Have you ever thought that one day a Christian-Christian candidate would emerge? What would be the reference point?
“We have tried the Muslim-Christian ticket, let us try this one too and after four years if they don’t do well, you can drive them out.
“When you have a person who fears God, not a person who is a Christian or Catholic or Muslim, but a God-fearing person. When a man who fears God is in power, he will treat you right.
“This is work time for Nigeria. We are not playing games. Women, we will remember you and I can assure you that Asiwaju for sure will remember you.
“So, the Tinubu/Shettima have a big package for our youth. We will sit down and work with every region on their needs”.
Meanwhile, Senator Oluremi Tinubu earlier said her husband, Bola Tinubu, has set a history-in-the making precedent with the ruling party’s Muslim-Muslim ticket.
She hinted that the same fate presidential ticket of the APC would set the tone for an all-Christian ticket in future elections.
Mrs Tinubu made the comment at the APC South-West women’s presidential rally in Lagos on Wednesday, December 7.
She said: “As regards the Muslim-Muslim ticket, this one will set the tone for the future. Sometime in the future, we will have a Christian-only ticket. What God has done in our land is marvellous.
“We thank you for coming out in large numbers despite the challenges. My coming here is another homecoming. About 23 years ago, God blessed my husband to become the governor, and I supported him as the first lady.
“I want to thank the people of Lagos Central for sending me to represent them. I am the first woman to emerge as a Senator three times. This is a fantastic opportunity, and I have been working for the good of our people since 2007 when my husband left office.”