Sep 20, 2021

Mawazo Writing Africa

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Buhari’s Successor to Come from Anambra? APC Ex-governor Makes Clarification

  • APC actors were advised on how to win the next Nigerian president in the 2023 presidential election
  • The advice was given by a former governor of Borno state sheriff Ali Modu said Thursday, September 9th,
  • Instead of paying attention to ethnicity, Nigerians should seek competence from those in the seat of power have in mind

Ali Modu Sheriff, a former governor of Borno state, has urged Nigerians to look for the next ethnic in the country To avoid religious and political feelings President.

The chiefs of the All Progressives Congress (APC) said the masses in the parliamentary elections in 2023, competence take precedence over all other factors must allow.

Sheriff, who on Thursday, September 9th, wed t spoke to members of an APC advocacy group, Frontier for Equality Leadership and Good Governance, noting that it doesn’t matter where President Muhammadu Buhari’s successor is from he or she needs full support, Punch reports.

He said:

“If the man who is going to bring help to Nigeria comes from a mountain in Ogoja, we should look for him.

“When it’s at the very end of Adamawa, we should go find him. When he comes from the end of Anambra, we should look for him. We have to do a soul search and look for a leader.

“Unless we all believe in ourselves as a nation and believe that we are all equal and believe that there is a good leader from every part of the world The country, regardless of its religion, tribe or origin, we will not be successful in this country that we love very much. “

Presidency 2023: Bola Tinubu recommended as successor to President Buhari < / blockquote> h2>

Meanwhile, the Nigerian diaspora had recommended Bola Tinubu for the Asiwaju (NDA) as a 2023 presidential candidate, who can consolidate the achievements of President Buhari.

The support group said everyone should support Tinubu in becoming president, regardless of tribal or religious sentiments.

The director general of the newly formed support group, Akin Badeji , made this revelation open to journalists in a statement on Friday 3 September in Abuja. Badeji, a chief of the APC, said this after the inauguration of the group.