2023 Presidency: APC Chieftain Canvasses For Osinbajo, Zulum Tickets


Ahead of the 2023 Presidential elections, Nigerians have been advised to vote for merit and competence by giving the Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo and the Borno State Governor, Professor Babagana Umar Zulum a chance to be President and Vice President respectively.

A Chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Garus Gololo, in an interview on Thursday in Abuja, said for long the country has been governed by incompetent people leading to the spate of economic misfortune it suffered.

Gololo also said that it was time Nigerians looked for Professors to lead the country in order to ensure economic revival and infrastructural development.

“Nigeria has never experienced Professors as Presidents. Look at Ghana and the milestone the country has achieved simply because sound brains, Professors are leading it.

Nigeria can emulate her by bringing Professor Yemi Osinbajo and the Governor of Borno State, Babagana Zulum to change the narrative for us.”

He further disclosed that “prior to the return of democracy in 1999, a bag of Guinea Corn was sold for N2,500. But before the end of the Obasanjo’s administration, it climbed to N8,500.

But the Yar’Adua’s administration reduced it to N5,500.”

This is as he regretted that a bag of the commodity has again skyrocketed to N30,000, leaving the masses groaning.

“The APC Chieftain also criticised persons around the President, Muhammadu Buhari, lamenting that “they are not telling him the truth.

He asserted that “the masses who voted for Buhari are dying of hunger while members of his cabinet are living large.”

Dr Gololo insisted that the country needs someone who can think for the masses and not for the elite only.

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A recent report by SBM Intel, a consulting firm focused on Africa geopolitical research and strategic communications show that Nigeria is facing a critical hunger level as it ranks 98 out of 107 countries in the 2020 Global Hunger Index.

The report which analyzed data gleaned from the Nigerian Bureau of Statistics (NBS) stated that food inflation has seen a 48.94% rise (from 15.04% to 22.95%).

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