Wednesday, 30 August 2017

IYB Exclusive: List of 6 APC pioneers who may supplant Buhari in 2019


With the 2019 race battles in their starting stages, it is progressively certain that President Muhammadu Buhari's wellbeing difficulties may hinder his 2019 presidential desire. It is likely then that the other All Progressives Congress (APC) fat cats will position themselves to supplant him in the gathering's primaries. The following is a rundown of a few government officials liable to substitute him and keep running for president in 2019: 

1. Atiku Abubakar 

On February 2, 2014, Atiku left the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to join APC. In 2019, he will be 73 years old and his present nearness in the Nigerian media, recommend the previous VP may keep running for president in 2019. 

2. Alhaji Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso

In 2015, Kwankwaso unsuccessfully challenged the presidential primaries assignment under the resistance All Progressive Congress, yet lost to Muhammad Buhari. He is presently a national assembly member representing Kano Central and is probably going to attempt again to be elected in 2019. 

3. Bukola Saraki is a present individual from the APC and past member from the PDP. He has been the leader of the Senate since 2015 and might keep running for administration in 2019. 

4. Rochas Okorocha 

Owelle Rochas Anayo Okorocha is a Nigerian multi-extremely rich person agent, training humanitarian and government official from Imo state, Nigeria who won the May 6, 2011, gubernatorial race in Imo state and was reelected for his second term on April 11, 2015. It is also important you know he won the third position in the last APC presidential primaries that brought Buhari into position today.

5. Mallam Nasir El-Rufai He is an individual from the APC and was chosen as the official legislative leader of Kaduna state amid the 2015 general races in Nigeria. 

6. Ibrahim Shettima Kashim Shettima is a Nigerian rural market analyst and legislator who was chosen legislative head of Borno state, Nigeria in the 26 April 2011 national elections, running on the All Nigeria People's Party (ANPP) stage which is presently part of the APC. 

Examinations uncovered that following the delayed remain of the president in London, some APC fat cats who are bumping to succeed him should he neglect to re-challenge the 2019 elections started plotting and opened meetings, yet have all of a sudden backed off.

Who is your choice come 2019 presidential election?


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