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2023: Gov El-Rufai Wants To Be Picked As Tinubu Or Fayemi’s Running Mate – Bamgbose

Emmanuel Adigwe

Olusegun Bamgbose, Esq., National Coordinator, Concerned Advocates for Good Governance, CAGG, says Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna State is putting himself in the position to run in 2023 presidential election as Vice President.
Bamgbose disclosed that El-Rufai may run with either Bola Tinubu or the Governor of Ekiti State, Kayode Fayemi come 2023.
The Gazelle.News.om reports that El-Rufai during the weekend, while speaking with BBC Hausa had said that the South should produce the next president of Nigeria, saying he will not support a Northerner to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari in 2023.
He had said: “In Nigerian politics, there is a system of rotation, in which everyone agrees that if the north rules for eight years, the south will rule for eight years.
“That is why I came out and said that after President Buhari has been in office for eight years, no northerner should run for office. Let the Southerners also have eight years,” El-Rufai said.
Reacting, Bambose says that the statement accredited to the governor is a welcomed development.
He said: “It should be recalled, that he had earlier this year, made a similar statement to this effect. We commend him for his altruistic and detribalistic tendency.
“This has shown clearly and convincingly, that he is a man that should be reckoned with in the scheme of things. He is indeed a noble man.
“History and posterity will remember him for good. He is truly a man of equity and justice.
“We believe he has spoken the mind of the North, as opposed to what Mamman Daura was credited to have said recently, that zoning should be discarded.
“Governor El Rufai is actually a man of Honour. However, the truth of the matter is that Governor El-Rufai is doing his second tenure, and may not want to go for Senate, most likely he is eyeing the office of the Vice President of Nigeria.
“He is a political tactician and strategist. He is strategically positioning himself ahead of time. Whichever you may look at it, the South is taking note of his statement.
“We appreciate his open support for southern Presidency come 2023. He may likely want to run with Tinubu or Fayemi come 2023. We all will meet on the field come 2023.”

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