Following the curiosity proven by some people to grow to be the nation’s president in 2023, a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Adamu Kuta, has criticised the social gathering Nationwide Chief, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, for saying he’s beneath stress to contest after President Muhammad Buhari’s 2nd time period in workplace which begins on Could 29.
Kuta, a former member of the Home of Representatives from Niger State made the assertion on Tuesday, in Minna.
He acknowledged that Tinubu has contributed vastly to the success of APC, however he’s not match to be the president of Nigeria.
“I like Tinubu as an individual and he has contributed immensely to the success of our social gathering, however actually he’s not the type of president Nigeria wants in 2023.
“Nigerians want somebody that may proceed with the achievements and the muse that Buhari has laid.
“We want someone that can continue from where Buhari will stop in 2023.”
The APC chieftain dismissed insinuations that in view of the present disaster within the ruling social gathering, there may not be an APC after Buhari in 2023.
“Disaster isn’t new in social gathering politics and each political social gathering has its personal share of the disaster.
“It is the good work of Buhari in the next four years that will determine whether or not the party can last beyond 2023. But the good work Buhari is doing now, there is no doubt that the party will win the 2023 election,” he mentioned.
He additional mentioned that any zone can produce the president in 2023, noting that the Nigeria structure doesn’t recognise zoning of political workplaces.
“The final common election had presidential candidates from each area of the nation and no one stopped them as a result of the structure recognises them.
“So each area has the constitutional proper to discipline candidates for any elective place within the nation.
“Our focus should be how to get a credible candidate that will take over from Buhari in 2023, regardless of the region the person will come from. We want the best for the country.”