OLUMIDE ABUDU

The Tinubu Independent Action Movement, TIAM, says it will depart from the usual practice of relying entirely on party candidates for campaign funding.

The group at its unveiling in Akure, Ondo State capital, maintained that it would be part of the funding to set a new pattern of participation in electioneering through financial autonomy and self-sacrifice.

Addressing newsmen, TIAM Chairman, Senator Tayo Alasoadura said the group would be independent of other initiatives but would cooperate with those that may be undertaken by government, the party structure or any other support groups in the state.

Senator Alasoadura who emphasized that the group was not in competition with other groups or initiatives, noted that it’s goal is the victory for the Presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC in the country with particular reference to Ondo State.

The group lamented the lack of Ondo State indigenes in relevant positions in Nigeria and the almost usual situation of State Ministerial positions.

TIAM vowed to go all out and dig into the grassroots, moving from door to door to mobilise people for their mission.

The group commended the appointment of Ondo State Governor, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu as the Southwest Zonal Coordinator of the Tinubu-Shettima Campaign Organisation describing it as a pride to the movement.

The group affirmed its readiness to work with other groups at achieving the purpose of its formulation.

 

 

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