APC Chieftain, Tinubu is corrupt, Nigeria doesn't need him as President

Former member of the House of Representatives and head of the All Progressives Congress (APC) decision of the State of Niger, Adamu Kuta, took a blow on the party's
 national leader, Asiwaju Ahmed Bola Tinubu, about his recent claim that he (Tinubu) is under pressure to contest the presidency in 2023.

Reporters informed in Minna on Tuesday, Kuta said that the national leader of the APC is not the president that Nigeria wants in 2023.

The former MP says that regardless of which region the next president will come to, Nigeria needs a leader who can consolidate the achievements and the foundation
 that President Mohammadu Buhari has established, especially the anti-corruption campaign.

In what region should he produce the presidency in 2023, the former parliamentarian stated that "Nigeria's constitution does not recognize the zoning of political
posts, the president can come from anywhere.

"The last general election had presidential candidates from all regions of the country and nobody prevented them because the Constitution recognizes them ... Thus,
every region has the constitutional right to present candidates for any elective office in the country.

"Our focus should be on how to get a trusted candidate who will replace Buhari in 2023, regardless of the person's home region. We want the best for the country.

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