2023: “It’s Time For North- Central To Produce The Next President”- Saraki

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Former Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki said the north- central geopolitical region has worked hard for the unity of the country and stressed that it was time for the region to produce the next president.

According to DailyPost, Saraki said this at the Benue Peoples House in Makurdi on Thursday while addressing the Working Committee in the PDP State and some of the state as he began consultations on his presidential decision in the 2023 election.

The former lawmaker also commended Governor Samuel Ortom for his efforts to ensure that the PDP remains strong in the region and across the country.

He said: ” We are here to thank the Governor for the guidance he has provided to the PDP in the North Central region and throughout northern Nigeria, which has transformed it into a powerful leadership at the national level of the party.

” The North Central has worked hard to preserve the country. Now is the time for the region to take over the leadership of the country, ” he said.

The former speaker of parliament is confident that he will continue to work with stakeholders to keep the region and the country together.

While welcoming Saraki and his party, Governor Ortom commended the PDP in the state for strengthening the party, noting that the climate change across the state showed that the party was on the ground and ready to go. save Nigeria from evil

The Governor also reiterated his intention to provide key leaders and join the military to bring Nigeria back on track.

In response, PDP Vice President in Benue State Isaac Mfr informed Senator Sarki that the party is in the state and that he will join other Nigerians to take power in the state. ‘ APC in the middle in 2023.

Dr. Sarki was present during the visit of the Chairman of the Commission, Sarki 2023, Ambassador Iorwuese Higher; Former President of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Alhaji Kawo Baraje; Former Kogi State Governor Idris Wada and Senator Suleiman Adokwe.

Meanwhile, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo should succeed President Muhammadu Buhari at the expiration of his tenure in 2023 to consolidate the gains made by the Buhari administration, a support group within the All Progressives Congress (APC) has said.

Osinbajo has not yet declared for president but many groups have sprung up rooting for him ahead of the 2023 general polls.

In a statement on Wednesday in Abuja, the Publicity Secretary of the Progressive Consolidated Group (PCG), Barrister Emmanuel Pippin, said giving Osinbajo the mandate would be in the national interest.

He explained that Osinbajo was fit for the number one job because of his level of familiarity with the vision, achievements, and challenges being handled by President Buhari, and urged him to run.

Source: Mcebiscoo.com

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