Kogi State governor, Yahaya Bello, has made it known on Friday, that he is the most liked and inclined contender to gain the official ticket of the All Progressives Congress in the 2023 presidential and general election.
He additionally communicated his desire to designate Nigeria’ s first female VP, in the event that the ticket of the APC for the 2023 presidential election is procured by him.
As indicated by him, the party has more than 41 million individuals who are looking for quality, and that the party knows about a young fellow who has all these qualities in possession.
He likewise said that the party realized that the youths are clamoring for a detribalised and an individual who is prepared to expand on the unobtrusive accomplishments of President Buhari.
He finished up saying he doesn’ t figure APC would go with him, and is sure about God Almighty and trust the judgment of the authority and individuals from his ‘ incredible’ party.
Recall that recently a disclosure was made by an APC clan leader and the Chairman of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC), Prof. Itse Sagay (SAN). As per the party leader, he noticed that the APC doesn’ t require adolescents like Governor Bello to fly the party’ s banner in 2023.
Prof Sagay put together his perspective with respect to the way that the party was currently returning the administration towards the south and this consequently excluded Gov Bello as an official applicant of the party.
Bello is from Kogi state which is the Northcentral and is likewise, known as the center belt. Albeit the party has not opened up on the area that will get the administration, ongoing exercises in the party have proposed that the administration would be drafted toward the southern district.
Recall the Kogi state Governor has on successive events, opened up on his craving to assume control over administration from President Buhari. This position has been upheld by a cross- segment of Nigerians as the lead representative has ceaselessly gotten heaps of supports from gatherings and affiliations.