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Kwankwaso more suitable for APC presidential ticket- APC chieftain

In an interview with Weekly Trust in Abuja yesterday, Alhaji Kazeem Yusuf, an APC chieftain and national leader of the North/South Consolidation Movement, said while not disparaging the candidature of other presidential aspirants on the platform of the party,  Kwankwaso’s suitability and wide acceptability across Nigeria was unequalled, as he urged the governor to officially declare his ambition.
He said Nigeria’s strangulating  problem  now is lack of a committed and focused leadership, saying the time has come for a change in leadership  hence majority of the people are tired with the ruling  People’s Democratic Party’s  (PDP) 14 ruinous years of  leadership.
Yusuf said Kwankwaso fits into the leadership vacuum that exists, as he described him as someone with the flair for development and transparent governance.
He said the Kano governor is a detribalised Nigerian who has appointed non-indigenes into his cabinet, stressing that Nigeria needs a man of his pedigree to steer the ship of state. He urged Nigerians to support his presidential ambition for a better Nigeria.

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