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South West APC Reward El-Rufai For Calling For A Go back Of Energy To South In 2023

The All Progressives Congress (APC) in South West has lauded Kaduna State Governor Nasir El-Rufai for calling for a go back of government to the area in 2023.

It mentioned a an identical a choice used to be made by way of former Zamfara State governor, Abdulaziz Yari, The Country reported.

Exposure Secretary Karounwi Oladapo, Karounwi Oladapo, in a commentary, mentioned the APC South-West would proceed to take a look at such supportive voices till it achieves the fulfilment of its aspirations.

He mentioned: “We inspire different vocal, credible and influential northern figures to talk out and be counted. The decision for southern presidency in 2023 resonated with the northern lots. None of the ones northern leaders who made the decision has been molested.

“A consensus of opinion of northern leaders in favour of energy shift to the South, specifically Southwest, is achievable forward of the 2023 presidency.

“Governor El-Rufai fired the primary salvo in February, it didn’t seize our consideration and fancy on the time as it looked like a political commentary.

Alternatively, the interview on Sunday, August 9, by which he reiterated his toughen for the go back of the South merits commendation.

“We additionally be aware with delight the decision for southern presidency by way of Senator Mohammed Ali Ndume from Borno State. The Southwest APC thank you elder statesman, Mallam Mamman Daura, whose emphasis for 2023 presidency used to be extra on advantage and capability in favour of the Southwest. We’ve got in abundance women and men of mind, persona, competence and capability to guide Nigeria to prosperity and greatness in 2023.

‘’The Southwest guarantees Nigerians the most productive. The decision for the southern presidency is a patriotic name. The solidarity and steadiness of Nigeria come earlier than particular person pursuits. The management query will have to be settled on fairness, justice and equity in 2023 to ensure non violent coexistence.”