The president we want in 2023 - Northern elders

1/16/2022 3:05:00 PM

The Northern Elders’ Forum (NEF) has said in 2023, the region will vote for presidential candidates based on competence.

The Northern Elders’ Forum (NEF) has said in 2023, the region will vote for presidential candidates based on competence, not the zone they come from.

The Northern Elders’ Forum (NEF) has said in 2023, the region will vote for presidential candidates based on competence.

The president we want in 2023 – Northern eldersThe Northern Elders’ Forum (NEF) has said in 2023, the region will vote for presidential candidates based on competence, not the zone they come...BySun, 16 Jan 2022 12:30:40 GMTThe Northern Elders’ Forum (NEF) has said in 2023, the region will vote for presidential candidates based on competence, not the zone they come from.

The forum said the race should be left open to all the regions and not restricted to the south as canvassed by the Southern and Middle Belt Leaders Forum (SMBLF) recently in Abuja.2023: Bagudu battles Aliero over Malami, Senate leader as APC crises get messier

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One thing that Northerners and by extension Nigerians should understand is that these agitators in the name of elders or rescuers do not distinguish between the president we need and the one we want as a people whose common assets have been squandered by these groups. Thks PMB How I wish this was said in 2015 it would have been good decision.

what northern elders forum are saying is Right let's every Nigeria's be careful whom to vote in 2023 because of what we're suffering now in the country Why now? See mumu talk.... So since before wetin una been dey vote for? Bunch of goofys 🐐 Infact Make una rest abeg

2023: North Will Not Vote Based On Sentiment As Done To Buhari – Northern EldersAhead of the 2023 General Elections, the Northern Elders Forum has said the region will support only a Presidential candidate who has the capacity to address the nation’s socio-economic and security problems irrespective of where the person comes from. The elders say they will no longer vote for a candidate based on sentiments as … Continue reading 2023: North Will Not Vote Based On Sentiment As Done To Buhari – Northern Elders Mumu man Lies Yeah

2023 Presidency: We won’t support political parties with northern candidates – Southern, Middle Belt leaders - Punch NewspapersThe most widely read newspaper in Nigeria And me, I Iwont support any liar that put us in this mess. You don't need to sound any warning MoghaluKingsley is our candidate for 2023 simple They have the right, because Buhari fall our hands

2023: Trouble for Atiku, Tambuwal, Kwankwaso as Afenifere, Ohanaeze reject northern candidatesThere may be looming trouble for prominent politicians from the northern part of Nigeria who have shown interest to run for president in 2023 as the Southern and Middle Belt Forum have demanded that all political parties zone their presidential ticket to the South. Make all of them get out Bunch of fools We’ve been enslaved by the ruling of the north for so long already. Despite Having the highest number of head of states/President, the north still remain the poorest and uncivilized part of the country. Are you guys born to rule, does that country belong to you guys alone. Your region has ruled that country more than any other region, yet, we have uneducated, poorest people in your region.

Buhari Is A Mistake, Northerners Can't Vote Someone Like Him Again In 2023 --Northern Elders | Sahara ReportersIt further described Buhari as a disappointment not only to the North but to the entire country, stressing that Northerners will not be deceived to vote for such. Baba talk to your people, O, I don't like what they are saying. Another story. Y'all did not speak long time ago, election is on the edge now, ana won bring another person from the north make we suffer!. Same game different strategy🤫 How can we identify another Buhari during election?, So we don't vote him again.

13 Months To 2023 Elections, Electoral Bill Not ReadyIn the next 13 months from now, Nigerians will move to their polling units to elect leaders that will take over the affairs of the country for the next 🤩🤩🤩🤩🤩 Because they don't want it to be ready. CRIMINALS occupy your FAILED country's political space. Let this sink in well in you. Ok? And they don't care. They are just busy declaring intention. How the election would be conducted doesn't matter to them.

2023: Makinde commends Tinubu during APC leader's visit to IbadanThe former governor of Lagos State and some of his political associates visited Mr Makinde at the State Government House, Agodi in Ibadan. Are you aware of Twitter Space, if yes, join us today, by 7pm. Topic: 2023 Election - Your Interest as a Youth in Politics. Follow AGreatNigeria3 Set a reminder for my upcoming Space! Good The visit is timely.

Politics The president we want in 2023 – Northern elders The Northern Elders’ Forum (NEF) has said in 2023, the region will vote for presidential candidates based on competence, not the zone they come.Chimezie Enyiocha   Updated January 15, 2022 The spokesman of the Northern Elders Forum, Hakeem Baba-Ahmed on December 2, 2020 called on President Muhammadu Buhari to resign over the security challenges in Nigeria.Dele Momodu declares presidential bid “Notes that the basis of any viable democracy, especially in a diverse and complex country such as Nigeria, is fair and even sharing of power.The politicians include former Vice President Atiku Abubakar, who had contested for presidency on three occasions, Sokoto State Governor, Aminu Tambuwal and an ex-governor of Kano State, Rabiu Kwankwaso.

.. The elders say they will no longer vote for a candidate based on sentiments as they did for President Muhammadu Buhari in 2015, describing the incumbent as a disappointment to not only the North but the entire country. By Sun, 16 Jan 2022 12:30:40 GMT T he Northern Elders’ Forum (NEF) has said in 2023, the region will vote for presidential candidates based on competence, not the zone they come from. Several presidential hopefuls have emerged from the Southern region in the last few days including All Progressives Congress National Leader, Bola Tinubu; media personality, Dele Momodu; former Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Pius Anyim; Governor of Ebonyi State, Dave Umahi; former Governor of Abia State and Majority Whip of the Senate, Senator Orji Kalu; former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Kingsley Moghalu, among others. The forum said the race should be left open to all the regions and not restricted to the south as canvassed by the Southern and Middle Belt Leaders Forum (SMBLF) recently in Abuja. READ ALSO: Despite Shrinking Resources, We Must Do The Best For Our People – Buhari He, however, lamented that the North and the entire country are worse than where they were before President Buhari assumed office, as kidnapping, banditry, and high rate of poverty have become the order of the day. 2023: Bagudu battles Aliero over Malami, Senate leader as APC crises get messier The NEF’s Director of Publicity and Advocacy, Dr Hakeem Baba-Ahmed, stated this in an interview with journalists on the sideline of the meeting of northern leaders at the Arewa House, Kaduna, on Saturday. The communiqué was signed by elder statesmen, Chief Edwin Clark, Chief Ayo Adebanjo (leader of Afenifere), Prof.

“The democratic process will not be restricted to satisfy them especially because the constitution says every Nigerian should be free to vote if they are qualified to vote, every Nigerian should contest if his party fields him or her and that Nigerians should decide who they want. He equally stressed that the North will support only a competent Presidential candidate who understands the roots and solutions to the numerous challenges confronting the country, and not a person who wants power just to fulfil a personal ambition. Copyright PUNCH. “A northerner and a Southerner have equal rights to contest but Northerners should be very careful of who they vote for in 2023. “No northerner should take us for granted. The forum advocated key reforms in the constitution and the electoral process that should be implemented to improve the quality of elections, and further urged President Muhammadu Buhari to assent to the proposed amendments to the Electoral Act, as this will improve the quality of elections, starting from 2023. That’s how we ended up with President Buhari. Contact:. We don’t want to repeat the same mistake. The communiqué further read, “The northern part of the country would have fully enjoyed the office of the Presidency of the country for the full statutory period of eight years by 2023, hence, the Presidency should rotate to the South.

If you must be a northerner who’s better than all the candidates; for us, that’s the bottom line. It’s not enough to be a northerner, you have to be the best. You have to be the best for the North and you have to be the best for the rest of Nigeria. “We are looking for a Nigerian President. If it comes from the North, fine but he must be voted for by Nigerians and he must be good and he must be better than all the others.

That’s what we are looking for.” He urged Northerners to turn their anger into an asset by voting for credible candidates irrespective of their tribe, religion, or gender in the forthcoming 2023 general elections. Presenting a keynote address at the meeting tagged, ‘Rebuilding the North’, Baba-Ahmed said, “We have wasted enough lives, blood, energy, and resources drifting and blaming leaders who have reaped hugely from our misfortunes and self-inflicted injuries. It is enough. We have no one else to cry to; no one to look up to, to lead us out of terror and poverty, and no one willing to use their positions to turn the fortunes of the North around.

“Our fate will only be designed and determined by us. We may be facing unprecedented challenges, but these are times to prepare to find extraordinary strengths and assets so that our children will be rid of the current nightmares which are our lives today. “For the North, we cannot say it louder. A Northerner should be voted President only if he is the best as being a Northerner is not enough, all Nigerians need is good leaders, but for us in the North, we will demand to see evidence that a candidate does not just want the power to fulfill a personal ambition. We want to see evidence that those who want to lead us in future understand the roots of and solutions to our insecurity and poverty and distances from each other.

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