Adamu Took Flight Of Fancy To Make Pronouncement Beyond His Competence – Akeredolu

Ola ‘Kiya, Reporting

Governor of Ondo State, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, has described the Monday declaration of Senate President, Ahmed Lawan as the consensus presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), by the chairman, Abdulahi Adamu, as an exercise in futility from someone not competent to do so. 

In a terse statement he personally signed on Monday evening and made available to Stonix News, Akeredolu said Adamu has, inadvertently made his preferred aspirant known, but the candidate is his personal choice not binding on the party members.

“My attention has just been drawn to the expensive joke purportedly enacted by the National Chairman of APC, Senator Abdullahi Adamu.

“The speculation is rife that the Chairman took a flight of fancy and decided to make a pronouncement beyond his competence.

“He has, allegedly, made public his preferred choice as the candidate of the APC for the Office of the President in the next general elections.

“This alleged pronouncement runs contrary to the position of majority of Northern Governors in APC and their counterparts in the South.

“Our agreement is unanimous on this issue. The office of the President should be contested for by qualified persons from the Southern part of the country if the move to get a consensus candidate fails.

“There has been no shift from this settled issue.

“Let it be known that the Chairman or anyone who holds a contrary opinion does so at a personal level.

“He is at best embarking on a frolic which reasonable people will consider dangerous. 

“We are grieving, but have not forgotten that Power MUST shift to the south. On this we stand,” the governor, who’s also the Chairman, Southern Governors’ Forum,  concluded. 

Stonix News reports that all is now set for the APC presidential primaries holding at the Eagles Square, Abuja from tomorrow June 7 to 8.



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