PDP Presidential Candidate: Fayose makes case for North West, says Turaki’s CV ‘fantastic and excellent’

Posted by News Express | 8 September 2018 | 4,944 times

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•Governor Fayose and leading Presidential Aspirant Turaki, SAN

Ekiti State Governor Ayodele Fayose has described the Curriculum Vitae (CV) of  frontline Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Presidential Aspirant, Kabiru Tanimu Turaki, SAN, as fantastic and excellent.

Speaking on Friday at the Government House, Ado Ekiti, where Turaki had consultations with PDP delegates and elders from the state, the governor said: “When we look at the assignments you have carried out, you are not a small man. You have capacity for the job of the president, but power belongs to God.”

Fayose emphasised that it is ‘safer and better’ for PDP to pick its presidential candidate from the North West zone to compete for votes effectively with President Muhammadu Buhari, adding that the primary must be transparent and credible.

He, however, insisted that the South West zone must be well accommodated in the power balancing equation since the party’s candidate and the national chairman are coming from other parts of the country.

“If you leave South West out,” Fayose argued, “the election would have been lost before voting.”

He noted that Nigerians now appreciate the difference between credible governance under PDP and failure under APC who are notorious election riggers and are now yearning for the PDP to return to power and rescue the country.

The governor recalled his warnings in 2013 prior to the general elections when he raised the alarm that Buhari lacked the capacity for the job, but that he wanted the position of president just for the sake of it.

He noted that part of the reasons given by Buhari for seeking the presidency was to ensure justice, but the governor noted that instead of justice the president has dished our bitterness to Nigerians.

Source: News Express

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