2023 presidency going to the south - Ex-Zamfara governor Yari assures
According to the former Governor of Zamfara State Abdulaziz Yari has said his party, the All Progressive Congress will give the southern part of Nigeria the opportunity to rule in 2023.
He made this know know today through a phone conversation interview.
He said the South will produce the next president come 2020.
In his words, he said "As we have seen the nature of how our presidency will look like, it has to go South.
He also said, the national chairman position of the party APC may likely come to the North in order to pave way for southern presidency.
It is also to note the South produced the president On return to civil rule in 1999 while the south south produced the ex president Goodluck Jonathan.
The South east is yet to produce a Nigerian president.
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