Musa Darazo, a serving member of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), has donated the remainder of his monthly allowance to Ahmed Bola Tinubu’s presidential campaign.
The Corps member, who is currently serving in Gombe State, told journalists at the NUJ Press Center in Bauchi on Friday that the gesture was his own small way of helping Bola Ahmed Tinubu acquire the Presidential expression of interest and nomination forms.
The Batch A stream II Corps member, who has the NYSC call up number NYSC/80B/2022/060482 and the state code GM/22A/3185, said he was backing Bola Tinubu because he possesses the leadership characteristics needed to get the country out of its current bind.
“I am donating my NYSC allowances to help Ahmed Bola Tinubu’s presidential aspiration,” Musa Darazo remarked. My motivation for doing so stems from the fact that I believe he has what it takes to get the country out of its binds.”
“He has no idea what I’m up to; he doesn’t even know who I am and we’ve never met,” he says, “but I’m doing this out of pure love for him.” Nigeria faces numerous issues, and we need someone like Bola Tinubu, who has extensive international contacts, to help turn the country’s fortunes around.”
“We all observed when he was Governor of Lagos State, he went two years without receiving an allocation from the Federation Account,” the Corps member said, “yet he recorded tremendous achievements in various sectors of Lagos State.”
“If he can accomplish this in Lagos, imagine what he can accomplish when he becomes President of Nigeria.” This is why I’m giving up my monthly allowances to help this wonderful individual,” he explained.
Musa Darazo further claimed that on May 15, he will meet with Alhaji Bola Tinubu to express his love and personally hand him his April allowance of N33,000 to him.
He then urged Ahmed Tinubu’s fans from throughout the country to support and appreciate his act in order to inspire others to follow in his footsteps.
The Corps member stated that his first allowance for the month of April will be given to Ahmed Tinubu because he wants it to be part of the funds used to purchase the form, and that his subsequent allowances will also be contributed to Tinubu’s presidential campaign.