I Have the Ability and Courage to Save Nigeria – Saraki

i have the ability and courage to save nigeria – saraki
i have the ability and courage to save nigeria – saraki

Sen. Bukola Saraki, a former Senate President, has positioned himself as a man with the intellectual capacity and audacity to rescue Nigeria from its current issues if elected.

Saraki, a presidential candidate in the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), made the remarks during a visit to Akure to solicit support from the party’s delegates in the state.

He stated that the 2023 elections will be a watershed moment for the country, and that Nigeria need a president who understood the economy.

Saraki stated that Nigeria need a president with the energy to run the country for 24 hours or longer if necessary.

His political experience and antecedents, he claims, have demonstrated that he is qualified to be President of the United States.

He recounted how, as governor of Kwara, he was able to positively restructure the state.

Saraki claimed that if elected president of the country, he will emulate his successes as Senate President.

Speaking at the ceremony, Mr Fatai Adams, the state’s PDP Chairman, stated that the former Senate President turned around the National Assembly during his time.

Adams went on to say that throughout Saraki’s tenure, he made the country proud by not making the legislative an appendage of the executive branch of government.

Saraki’s past, he claims, speak volumes, stating that he is one of the greatest and a real and respectable ambassador for the country.

The PDP chairman stated that, while he should not offer the presidential candidate a scorecard, the state will not fail him.

Mr Earl Osaro, the Director-General of the Saraki Campaign Organisation, also urged party delegates and the people of the state to back Saraki.

Saraki, according to Osaro, was an excellent product to promote because of his capability and assertiveness.

He went on to say that Saraki was a bridge between the North and the South, Muslims and Christians, who might help Nigeria overcome its current problems.

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