2023: These Are People Who Will Decide Which Zone Buhari’s Successor Will Come From – APC chieftain Reveals

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Kashim Shettima, former governor of Borno state, has stated that it is too early to discuss the 2023 presidency by the leaders of the All Progressives Congress (APC).

Speaking in Ado Ekiti, Ekiti state capital on Friday, December 4, during a two-day high-level mid-term retreat, the APC chieftains described as a total distraction the wrangling recently generated over zoning.

Shettima said when the time comes, leaders of APC including President Muhammadu Buhari and Bola Ahmed Tinubu, former Lagos governor, will decide where the new presidential candidate of the party would come from.

 

It was gathered that the former governor, who spoke alongside the minister of work and housing Raji Fashola, maintained that APC will not disintegrate over the presidential ticket.

 

He also expressed confidence that the party would win the election by 2023.

“Don’t forget that our party still controls the Presidency.We have a leader and other competent leaders that can manage every crisis situation.

“At the appropriate time, our leaders will sit and take the apt decision that will resolve the issue.”

APC must honour zoning – Amaechi, Fashola Rotimi Amaechi, minister of transport, on Tuesday, December 1, backed the work and housing minister, Babatunde Fashola’s call to honour the zoning formula ahead of 2023.

Speaking on Channels TV, Amaechi said the APC is built on the principles of zoning and should be accorded the deserved respect in picking its presidential candidates.

Amaechi’s statement is coming barely three days Fashola advised the leadership of the APC to respect and honour the agreement reached at the formative stage of the party for zoning to take place.

APC kicks, tackles Fashola

Meanwhile, Fashola’s comments seem to have triggered more comments on the issue, with several APC chieftains giving contrary information on the true situation of things.

The APC northeast vice-chairman, Mustapha Salihu, asked the minister to explain the quarters where it was done and the parties to the unwritten agreement.

“First, he has to provide people that were privy to that agreement. Even if he didn’t mention names, he will say the stage where it was done, whether at the point of merger, then you know from research those that participated in the merger.”

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