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Primary: There’s Danger, APC NWC Member Cautions Tinubu, Others

Primary: There’s Danger, APC NWC Member Cautions Tinubu, Others

Dayo Israel, the National Youth Leader of All Progressives Congress has cautioned presidential aspirants and political leaders from the South against disunity.

According to him, there is a danger for the Southern aspirants as the party holds its presidential primary today. Information Guide Nigeria

The southerners contesting are: National Leader of APC, Bola Tinubu, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, and Ekiti State Governor, Kayode Fayemi. jamb results

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In his words: “The Southern Aspirants better get their acts together and leverage on the commitment of the Northern Governors proposing to zone Presidency to the South. A word is enough for the wise. Ewu mbe loko longe (there is danger).”

It was reported that APC Governors from the Northern part of the country had backed the transfer of power to the South.

“We affirm that upholding this principle is in the interest of building a stronger, more united and more progressive country.

“We, therefore, wish to strongly recommend to President Muhammadu Buhari that the search for a successor as the APC’s presidential candidate be limited to our compatriots from the southern states.

“We appeal to all aspirants from the northern states to withdraw in the national interest and allow only the aspirants from the south to proceed to the primaries,” the governors had said.

Israel also said members of the National Working Committee members rejected Ahmed Lawan as the consensus candidate of the APC because it negated the federal character principle.

He said, “Earlier today, during the NWC meeting, the National Chairman informed us that after the consultations hosted by the President, he is instructed to inform us that Ahmed Lawan is the preferred choice”.

“We were only informed, it wasn’t deliberated upon. Neither was our opinion sought”.

“The issue at stake is not about consensus but about federal character. Let’s not mix issues. What is at stake is should power be retained in the North or moved to the South? The Northern governors with the president have supported the Southern agenda, the NWC members support this.”




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