2023: Northern Elders give requirement for Southerner to become next president
The spokesman for the Northern Elders Forum (NEF), Hakeem Baba-Ahmed has stated the requirement needed for a politician from the South to become the next president.
According to Daily Post, while interviewed on Arise TV on Tuesday, Baba-Ahmed solicited on Nigerians to see beyond religious and ethnic sentiments during the 2023 general elections.
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He said the pressure by the southerners to produce the next president was not properly said. JAMB Result
“You cannot threaten us with violence and intimidation. We can read the constitution; we know what it takes to be the president. You have to score at least 25 percent in 24 states. There are no 24 states in the north, which means no northerner can become president unless he gets support from the southern part of the country.
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“By the same token, no southerner can become president unless he gets support from the north. We understand this; we are not ignorant. We know there will be a time when someone from the south will become president.
“He must be a Nigerian president, not an ethnic president, not a regional president, not a religious president,” Baba-Ahmed said. Information Guide Nigeria
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