The Senator Representing Borno South in the Nigerian Senate, Senator Ali Ndume, has stated that one of the reasons why he decided to abandon his ambition of becoming the next Senate President was the fact that he did not have the money to pursue such an ambition.
Senator Ali Ndume went on to state that the tussle for the leadership of the senate is more about money and not the capacity, capability, or any other quality of leadership. Senator Ali Ndume went on to say that fairness and stability of Nigeria should play a role in the process of deciding who leads the senate.
Ali Ndume disclosed that most of the people who are talking about becoming the senate president are only interested in using money to buy their way to power. However, Ali Ndume noted that not all the senators are interested in using money to buy their way into power.
Senator Ali Ndume accused those Senators who offers money to others in their bid to become senate president of only presenting money as their only qualification.
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