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2023 Presidency: Ex-APC Chairman Reveals Zone That Will Produce Buhari’s Successor

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A former chairman of Ekiti state chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Nigeria’s ruling party, Jideu Awe, says the South-West region will produce President Muhammadu Buhari‘s successor in 2023 Presidency.

Naija News reports that the former APC Chairman made this comment on Saturday, January 18, in reaction to a statement by Miyetti Allah that the southwest region might fail to produce the next president in 2023 because of the inauguration of operation Amotekun security initiative.

His words: “For the AGF to have complete work, let him tell Nigerians that hiring of the private guard is illegal. Let him tell us that fencing a building or purchase of generating sets are also illegal as well.

“Let him know that as big men exist and protected by army, police, and others, we at the lowest rung of the ladder must be allowed to live our lives, we too must be protected and Amotekun is for this purpose because the Federal Government has failed us.

“I salute our governors for this joint security. I am still at a loss with the claim by the Federal Government that Amotekun was illegal. People were being kidnapped, robbed, killed and traumatised on a daily basis and the Federal Government did nothing. Do they want our governors to watch as their people were being killed?

“I had been a victim of kidnapping because my brother was abducted by strange people here in Ekiti. We had to look for the money we didn’t have to pay the ransom before he was released. Should we fold our arms and allow this to continue?

“I am a farmer and I knew what it takes to keep your farm. Several millions of farms had been destroyed in Orin Ekiti, Oke Ako and other towns in the Ekiti axis, also in Ijare in Ondo and Ibarapa area in Oyo. All these wicked acts must stop and that was what the Amotekun issue was about,” he said.

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