The Coalition of North Central Groups or CNCG has advised Nigerians to join hands together and support the election of a president from the North-Central area in 2023.
CNCG Chairman Salahudeen Lukman mentioned the day before today in Abuja that the area hasn’t ever delivered a civilian president or vice chairman since independence.
The chairman mentioned the Peoples Democratic party (PDP) is the strange folks’s handiest probability for escaping poverty, hunger, and lack of confidence.
“Concede the presidential price ticket to the area for fairness and justice,” he informed PDP stakeholders.
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He warned the opposition party to keep away from “the viruses that experience the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) and their management”, and that the PDP “will have to make mindful and concerted efforts to be sure that fairness and justice be successful”.
Mr Lukman additionally mentioned that provocations from different zones to ship the following President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in 2023 don’t seem to be information.
In order to do so, Mr Lukman said his organisation has been reaching out to youngsters in other zones to develop political unity to secure the North-Central presidential nomination ahead of the 2023 national elections.