I Would Make Fayemi PMB’s Successor If I Had My Way – Niger Governor

Tue May 24th, 2022 - Abuja (FCT)

Niger State Governor Abubakar Sani Bello has said he would readily appoint his Ekiti State counterpart and All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential aspirant, Kayode Fayemi, as president if he has the privilege and opportunity to take a decision in that regard.

Sani-Bello described Fayemi as one of the aspirants who have been a friend to the state before coming to canvass for votes for his presidential ambition.

The Niger governor spoke when he recieved Fayemi in Government House on Sunday evening in Minna, the Niger State capital.

“You have been here at least three or four times before now. You have been a close friend to Niger state. It is not now that there is a need for support that people are coming.

“Only five or six people have been to the state but you can count on my support. If you become president, I will relax because I know I will have easy access to you. In fact, if I have my way I will appoint you as the next President after President Muhammadu Buhari”, A a statement released on Monday in Abuja by Fayemi Presidential Campaign Organisation quoted the Niger governor as saying

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Spokesman of the Fayemi campaign team, Femi Ige, further quoted Governor Sani-Bello as saying although he never get involved in congresses or ward elections, the aspirant has sold himself and he is certain that Niger state delegates are behind him.

Speaking earlier, the APC presidential aspirant said there were only five presidential aspirants in the All Progressives Congress as the others are pretenders.

Fayemi said, “This is a season of visits and states keep receiving us. The list of presidential aspirants says there are 23 but only five of us are going around the country. With this, you can separate the pretenders from the contenders.




source: Leadership