The Saraki Campaign Council has boasted that if former Senate President, Bukola Saraki becomes President of Nigeria, the country will move and become one of the four greatest nations in the world.
With the Peoples Democratic Party’s primary for the 2023 presidential election in view, the former Kwara State Governor’s campaign group is assuring Nigerians that he is the candidate who is the best to salvage the nation from its current state.
Bibian Anekwe News understands many politicians have expressed interest in succeeding President Muhammadu Buhari come 2023.
However, the Saraki Campaign Council is optimistic that the former lawmaker will deliver well considering his excellent leadership of the 8th National Assembly.
The group said Saraki was careful enough to ensure that the constitution of the country was adhered to in all government dealings during his time.
Addressing delegates from Ondo State, at the party’s Secretariat at Alagbaka, Akure, the chairman of the campaign council, Alhaji Kawu Baraje, said the country needed a cerebral person like Saraki to fix the various challenges facing it.
According to him, “Saraki is the best among the aspirants. We need a younger and more experienced person to rule Nigeria. He has the answer to all the problems facing the country.
council, Prince Adenekan Olateru-Olagbegi, described the country as a failed state which needed a capable and experienced person like Saraki to revive it.
He said: “I am supporting him because of the challenges in the country. It’s more of a failed state. We have challenges in all sectors. People need to have the courage to make the right decisions. This country will move and become one of the four great nations in the world.
“The only missing link in Nigeria is the leadership. Like a soccer game, if you have the best team, you will win. America is totally different from Nigeria because they have a system in place. We need to have the courage to choose the best person that will turn the nation around. We need a truthful and dedicated person to lead us.”
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