Photos Credit: Google South-East governors have no control over IPOB sit-at-home order: Ikpeazu South-East governors do not have control over IPOB’s sit-at-home order despite several attempts to stop Igbos in the region from obeying it, says Governor Okezie Ikpeazu. Photos Credit: People Gazette “The South-East governors are handicapped.
The following four persons were trained as medical doctors but ventured into politics and became governors in their respective states. Bukola Saraki He is from Kwara State. Saraki attended the London Hospital Medical College of the University of London where he obtained a degree in Medicine and Surgery.
A few days ago, governors under the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party agreed to zone the party chairmanship position to the northern region. If the party's leadership agrees with the governors' resolution, the party's presidential ticket might go to the south in 2023 and many northerners nursing presidential ambitions will be forced to drop their bids.
Former Senate President, Bukola Saraki, was said to have rejected to run for the post of National Chairman of his party. The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, had zoned the post of its National Chairman to the North where Saraki hails from. But, he reportedly rejected to run for the post.
How Atiku and Saraki's Loyalists Plot To Control PDP Machinery To Ensure North Grabs 2023 PDP Ticket
Core Northern PDP politicians are not giving up on their quest to ensure that PDP fields a Northern presidential candidate in 2023. Although the party has zoned its national chairmanship to the North, Loyalists of Atiku Abubakar and Bukola Saraki still believe that they can turn things around in their favour.
Mr. David Mark would have to look for some other stalwarts of the PDP. The Punch Newspaper gave a report which shows that Mr. Atiku Abubakar and former senate president Bukola Saraki may totally reject the choice of Mark as the national chairman of the PDP. The politician can make a big deal with Aminu Tambuwal and Nyesom Wike.
Photo Credit: Daily Post Former Governor of Kwara State Bukola Saraki cannot forget in a hurry the ‘O To Ge’ movement of 2019 that crushed his stronghold on Kwara State politics. It was a massive people-oriented revolution that ended the Peoples Democratic Party’s 20-year reign and installed the All Progressives Congress as the new ruling party in Kwara State.
Former president of the Nigerian senate, Dr Bukola Saraki recently took to his verified instagram page to celebrate his two daughters. The Kwara state born politician wrote a long epistle for them to mark the international girl-child day that was celebrated yesterday.Recall; Dr Bukola Saraki was the senate president of the federal republic of Nigeria from 2015-2019, before Ahmad Lawan succeeded him.
The next Nigerian Presidential Election will commence in 2023 as some prominent politicians and personalities have either directly or indirectly disclosed interest and ambitions to become the president of Nigeria. These prominent figures are from the North, West, and Southern part of Nigeria where they were either holding a public office or currently holding public positions.
2023: This is not time for you to win election, don’t contest – Saraki tells Nigerian youths Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, a former President of the Nigerian Senate, has told youths nursing the ambition to run in the 2023 presidential election to shelve the idea.
Former Senate President, Senator Bukola Saraki, recently advised some Nigerians not to contest for the post of the President in 2023 general elections. Saraki disclosed this during his interaction with some Nigerian youths. The Kwara-born politician gave some reasons why he told Nigerian youths not to contest the presidential election.
There have been a lot of controversies within the main opposition Peoples Democratic Party over the position of the party's National Chairman. Photo credit: Vanguard Recall that the PDP National Executive Committee, NEC, in its meeting on Thursday adopted Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi-led committee report on zoning and zoned the position of the party's National Chairman to the northern region and throws the presidential ticket open.
EndSARS Anniversary: It’s sad that security agents who killed protesters still walking free – Saraki
Former Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki has decried the unwillingness of the Federal Government to prosecute security agents who murdered peaceful protesters across the country in October 2020. In a message to mark the 1-year anniversary of the EndSARS protest, Dr. Saraki commiserated with the family of Nigerians who lost their lives at the Lekki Tollgate.
A Non Partisan Group Called BS2023 Movement has said the Immediate Past Senate President Dr. Bukola Saraki deserves to be the next President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. BS2023 Projects National President, Comrade Rasaq Abata said this in an event to unveiled Programs and activities of the movement in Nigeria held in ilorin, kwara State Capital.
Former senate president, Bukola Saraki, have appealed to the members of the house of assembly not to impose direct primaries on political parties to avoid crisis during the general elections. The former governor of Kwara State said, most parties do not have the infrastructure to conduct primary elections at all level and the decision may jeopardize the general elections.
Photos Credit: Google 2023: INC intensifies call for Sheikh Gumi’s arrest The Igbo National Council, INC, on Tuesday mounted pressure on the Federal Government to immediately arrest an Islamic cleric, Sheikh Ahmad Gumi. Photos Credit: Vanguard The INC President, Chilos Godsent, said this in Owerri, on the alleged movements of the Jihadist terrorist groups from the Niger Republic, Chad into Nigeria.
Recently, the former Senate President of Nigeria, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, asserted that the youths should not think of contesting for the presidency in the forthcoming 2023 presidential election. As reported by DailyPost, Saraki held that youths may not stand any chance to win the presidential election in Nigeria, because the system is too rigid.
Former Senate President of the Nigerian National Assembly, Bukola Saraki, has given a piece of advice to any Nigerian youths nursing the ambition of contesting for any political office in 2023 to jettison the plan. According to him, it was already too late for such persons to stand any chance of winning an election in the country, owing to the rigidity of the system.
Former Nigerian Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki has told youths who intend to run for political offices in the 2023 elections to discard the idea. According to the former Kwara State Governor, youths in the country no longer stand a chance of winning an election because it is too late and the system has become too rigid.
As Nigerians are holding a memorial of those who lost their lives during last year's protest against police brutality in Nigeria, the former Senate President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Dr Abubakar Bukola Saraki has taken to his Twitter page and prayed for the families who lost their loved ones during the protests.