Engineer Agan warned 0koroacha, Amaechi, Akume, to avoid a disaster if presidency
By: Henry Iyorkase, Makurdi.
A frontline politician in Benue State and one time State chairman for conference of all Nigerians political parties (CNPP) Engineer Baba Agan has advocated for rotational presidency ahead 2023 in the country.
Engineer Agan who spoke to 0rient Daily on Thursday in Makurdi, emphasize the need for critical stakeholders revolve the presidency along side geo political zones in the country.
The former CNPP boss hinged his augment on the fact that other other geo- political zones yet to benefit from the plum office be allowed the opportunity to succeed president Muhammadu Buhari in 2023 .
He further decried the situation whereby presidency is been enjoyed by arrangement rather than following necessary procedures with respect to the six geo- political framework comprising other ethnic nationalities in the country.
The People’s redemption party chieftain foresee , a disturbing scenario ahead 2023 if steps are not taken to redress the imbalance in the political landscape on time.
According to Agan, ” Nigeria is sitting on gun keg ,and for us to avoid, the imminent calamity , we must be discourage applying fragrance decisions which could heightened and eventually led to catastrophe, disastrous to handle.
Agan, who at various times run for governatorial ticket under the umbrella of people’s redemption party (PRP) in the State , posited that if the right thing is not done ,we may have ourselves to blame..
He also frowned at certain people who dictates where political powers should be extended to adding climate in the country does not permit that for now ” viewing if any contrast holds, Nigeria will certainly be on flames.
” Frankly the likes of national chairman of APC , Ahmed Bola Tinubu, Senator Rochas 0koroacha, current minister for transport, Senator, George Akume, minister of special duties and intergovernmental affairs and a host of others should trade cautiously to avoid prolonging the political space to another war” .he concluded..