On Friday, Salihu Moh. Lukman, a member of the National Working Committee (NWC), demanded the resignations of Abdullahi Adamu, the national chairman, and Iyiola Omisore, the national secretary, in order to balance the same-faith presidential ticket that the ruling party had chosen. This demand broke the leadership of the All Progressives Congress (APC) to its knees.
According to Lukman, efforts should be made to elect a Christian from either the South East or South South geopolitical zones as the Senate President of the 10th Assembly in order to achieve equity and balance given that the President-elect, Vice President-elect, and all other elect officials are Muslims.
Source: The Sun Nigeria
Also, he cautioned Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the president-elect, not to yield to pressure and to avoid the error of picking politicians to serve as Secretary to the Government of the Federation without any prior expertise in managing public service organisations (SGF).
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