NEF: Nobody should dictate the next president in 2023
The Northern Elders Forum yesterday frowned at the supposed claims by the Southern Governors Forum over the issue of rotational presidency amongst the zones. Information Guide Nigeria
This issue has created different opinions among stakeholders which resulted in an exchange of words between the southern and northern governors.
Nonetheless, as reported by Ripples Nigeria on Tuesday, the NEF Deputy Chairman, Yahaya Kwande frowned at the Southern Governors’ stance saying it’s an imposition at variance with the constitution.
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In his words: “They didn’t demand that it should come to the North; they are charging stakeholders to follow the constitution. Nobody ought to dictate where the President should come from. The statement of the SGF is tantamount to sowing division within the country,” Jamb results
“The question of differences between the regions has been on for a long time regarding zoning and other issues with the past arrangement in the National Party of Nigeria that brought Shagari. This led to a payback regarding the emergence of Obasanjo in 1999 with the North unanimously supporting the South, coupled with the death of MKO Abiola”, Kwande said.
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