The search for 2023 presidency has hit the door step of Regina Daniel’s husband, Hon. Ned Nwoko, as a group under the aegis of Coalition of Ethnic Nationalities in Nigeria (CENN), has found him fit for the plumb job.
CENN said for equity and fairness, it will be most appropriate for the presidency to shift to the South East, adding that the pedigree of Ned as a successful lawyer, politician and businessman cannot be overemphasised that he will sure make a good president, National President of the group, Comrade Prince Miaphen, has said.
Miaphen while addressing newsmen in Jos on Saturday, explained that Ned as a former member federal House of Representative will deploy his experience in piloting the affairs of the country.
According to him: “He is highly industrious, visionary and very generous.
A man of many parts who is well known for his patriotic and philanthropic instincts and a notable Pan-Africanist who is unpretentious about his love for his country and continent.
“In 2017 and 2019, Prince Ned Nwoko boldly succeeded in securing the Paris club refund for his country.
The refund was a relief hugely beneficial to the three tiers of government particularly for the payment of workers salaries, provision of welfare and some critical social infrastructure.
“The Paris club refund came at a time when the Nation was on the throes of recession and severe economic downturn which helped the country to regain their fiscal balance as the huge amount of the refund came in tranches of billions of dollars.
“His Malaria free Africa project also comes as a timely intervention which would certainly save millions of lives in Africa.
These indelible imprints of positive significance are incontrovertible pointers to the fact that he ranks ‘primus inter pares’ amongst a rare breed of leaders who place fervid patriotism and altruistic humanism above every other consideration”.
Miaphen added that the former federal lawmaker is currently holding discussion on the first Sport University in Africa stressing that this will open the gates for Africa to rise and take her pride of place as a formidable giant in global sporting affairs, saying that his selfless service and technical no how will certainly set the country in the right direction if become president.