APC Primary Election: After Crashing Ambode’s Second Term Bid, Tinubu’s Wife Gets 3rd Term Ticket For Senate

The election was held at the Eti-Osa Ward E, located at Oyinkan Abayomi drive in Ikoyi area of Lagos where she participated in the Senatorial and House of Representatives primaries in the state.
Senator Oluremi Tinubu, representing Lagos Central Senatorial District, on Thursday cleared unopposed in the list of aspirants released by the National Working Committee of the (APC) and signed by the National Publicity Secretary, Yekini Nabena.
Tinubu, who represented the district two times at the Senate, was being returned for a third term.
The Senator commended the people of her constituency for returning her unopposed.
Speaking after her election, Remi, wife of the National leader of APC, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, promised she would not disappoint her supporters and urged them to unite ahead of the 2019 elections.
She urged members of All Progressives Congress ( APC) to unite ahead of the 2019 general elections.
”As we embark on the imminent elections, our politics should epitomise patriotic labour and selfless service to the community.
”Our vote is our right, hence, we must exercise this right within the ambit of law by refusing to be a party to vote buying or selling, and ensuring a peaceful election devoid of violence, chaos and upheavals.
”Together, we must ensure that our democratic process is sustained and that we embrace government efforts to transform our economy and make Nigeria a better place for all, ” she said.
It was gathered that as at 1:09 p.m., when Sen. Tinubu arrived, there were no electoral officers on ground for accreditation and to conduct the election by affirmation.