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It’s South’s Turn To Produce President, Says Fayose

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A former Governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose in a series of tweets on Twitter Wednesday said it is the turn of the Southern part of the country to produce the next president.

Fayose insisted that it is the turn of the South to produce the next president after the expiration of eight years of President Muhammadu Buhari in office, in the spirit of equity, fairness and justice.

The former governor argued that section 3(c) of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, constitution provides for a rotational presidency.

Even though Fayose didn’t mention the party and candidate he would be supporting in the 2023 general election among the array of presidential candidates from the South, urged Nigerians to await the details soonest.

“The PDP Constitution provides for a rotational Presidency. Section 3(c) provides that the Party shall pursue its aims & objectives by “adhering to the policy of the rotation & zoning of Party & Public elective offices in pursuance of the principle of equity, justice and fairness,” he tweeted.

“The current President of Nigeria is a 2-term Northern Presidency, thus implying that it MUST be a Southern Presidency in 2023 or NOTHING.  Awa ‘South’ lo kan’. 

Nigerians should await details soon”.

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