As the political atmosphere in Nigeria is starting time to heat upwardly ahead of the 2023 presidential election, with who succeeds President Muhammadu Buhari fitting a manor focus, politicians have been told to pay to a greater extent attending to insecurity and challenges facing the country.
A public Affairs Analyst, Jare Ajayi, gave the advice on quarta-feira piece speaking exclusively to DAILY POST.
Most politicians commenting on the next president of Nigeria have named Bola Tinubu, National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, APC, as the best candidate to succeed Buhari.
Traditional rulers, a former government minister, lawmakers, APC chieftains, and other pressure level groups have endorsed Tinubu to replace Buhari in 2023. Former Government minister of Works, Adeseye Ogunlewe, had said Tinubu is in the best place to get Nigeria’s next president.
To this terminate, Ogunlewe disclosed that plans are on the way to launch a presidential crusade for the former Lagos Province governor on Thur.
“On Thur, we will launch the Lagos faction of his crusade squad, so that everybody would be aware of his intention to competition. And then we displace from there to participate in the national conference, where they are going to select the flagbearer of the political party,” Ogunlewe had said.
Tinubu is currently in London recuperating from surgery.
Patch recuperating in London, the APC National Leader played host to province governors, Senators, APC Chieftains, including President Muhammadu Buhari himself.
Amid those who visited him was a House of Representatives fellow member representing Suleja/Tafa And Gurara federal constituency of Niger Province, Abubakar Lado Suleja. Suleja, who was in the company of some legislators led by the Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Ahmed Wase, had addressed Tinubu as “Mr President Inshi Allah.”
Despite all the furore in relation to him succeeding Buhari in 2023, the former Lagos Province governor has remained soundless, a state of affairs that has fuelled the belief in sure quarters that he would indeed run for the presidency in 2023.
Nevertheless nonetheless, a public affairs analyst, Jare Ajayi, has criticized politicians for heating upwardly Nigeria’s political atmosphere when the country is ravaged by insecurity and killings by bandits, Boko Haram and unknown gunmen.
Speaking with DAILY POST, Ajayi said politicians should focus to a greater extent attending on resolving the insecurity challenges in Nigeria at present than talking in relation to the country’s next president.
Ajayi said whether politicians really have the involvement of Nigeria at ticker, they would concentrate on resolving the country’s challenges.
He said: “The issue of 2023 should not be the major focus at present; the state of affairs in Nigeria is so dire, so serious in the economic system, and especially with insecurity. This has to be the attending of our politicians whether they have the country’s involvement at ticker.
“So, the inquiry of who should be the president or not should not be the major focus. It could be an underground thing but what we should focus on is the issue of insecurity.
“The other daytime, the governor of Niger Province lamented that bandits have taken over some subdivision of the province. The Chairman of Shiroro Local Authorities in the same province had said his domain has not only been taken over by Boko Haram and bandits, but they at present hoist their flag and forcing residents to bring together them.
“So to people similar that, what does 2023 signify to them? It’s to a greater extent important to live on and be in good status before we at present speak in relation to who should get what.
“To me, our politicians, whether they genuinely have the involvement of Nigerians at ticker, they should concentrate on how to convey an terminate to the issue of insecurity. Appear at what is happening in the Southeast. Is that the variety of life we should be living? ”
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