2023: SOUTH SHOULD PRODUCE NEXT PRESIDENT — SHEKARAU

Written by on December 4, 2020

TWO-TIME GOVERNOR OF KANO STATE, SENATOR IBRAHIM SHEKARAU HAS SAID NIGERIA’S NEXT PRESIDENT SHOULD COME FROM THE SOUTHERN PART OF THE COUNTRY, IF THE NATION MUST ATTAIN POLITICAL BALANCE.

SPEAKING TO NEWSMEN , SHEKARAU NOTED THAT BY 2023, PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI, WHO IS FROM THE NORTHERN PART OF THE COUNTRY, WOULD HAVE BEEN IN POWER FOR EIGHT YEARS.

ACCORDING TO HIM, “COMMON SENSE TELLS ONE THAT WE SHOULD LOOK AT THE OTHER SIDE, TO THE SOUTHERN PART OF NIGERIA.’’

ON HIS POSITION ON THE GROWING CALL FOR A SOUTH EAST PRESIDENCY IN 2023, SHEKARAU SAID IT SHOULDN’T BE  SEEN AS ZONINNIG BUT SHOULD RATHER BE REGARDED AS BALANCING, SAYING THERE HAS TO BE SOME SENSE OF BELONGING AS A CONSTITUTION OF COMMON SENSE.


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