Take a fresh look at your lifestyle.

Engineer Agan warned 0koroacha, Amaechi, Akume, to avoid a disaster if presidency

0 119

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..

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More