2023: Ahmed Yerima Plans To Succeed President Buhari

LAGOS NOVEMBER 20TH (NEWSRANGERS)-A former governor of Zamfara state, Senator Ahmed Yerima, has declared his interest in succeeding President Muhammadu Buhari in 2023.

Yerima made his interest known while being interviewed during a radio programme monitored by Daily Nigerian in Gusau, the Zamfara state capital.

According to him, some Mallams are already working to actualise his plan.

In the no-holds-barred interview, Yerima, a former senator, said he would not run for any political office at the state level again, saying his only political interest is to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari in 2023.

His words: “I am done with contest at state level, but will hopefully contest for president. Already some political elite and some Mallams are working to bring the idea into fruition.

“Even last night, one of the Mallams called me and swore that I appeared in his dreams as a president, chauffeur-driven in a black presidential car.

“Then I told the Mallam a related story my secondary school friend who was a former commissioner during Mahmuda Shinkafi administration told me.”

Quoting the friend, Yerima said: “A chalky white aboriginal Arab man suddenly appeared near Harem, greeted my friend and declared ‘you must be from Zamfara’.

“He then asked ‘where is our father Senator Ahmad Sani Yeriman Bakura? And my friend responded that I was fine.

“He asked my friend to extend his high regards to me, and then told them that God willing, I will rule Nigeria, except if I died.

“The man then bade them goodbye and as they turned to leave the point, my friend’s wife suggested that they should ask for his name so it could be easy to relate the message.

“To their utmost surprise, the man disappeared, and was nowhere to be found.

“When my friend told one of his Mallams about the incident, the Mallam declared it was a revelation conveyed by God.”

Meanwhile, a northern elder, Dasuki Nakande, has advised the southeast people of Nigeria to warm their way into the hearts of the other regions of the country in order to stand a chance to produce the next Nigerian president in 2023.

Nakande, a former minister, said talks about the Igbos being alienated in the scheme of things in the present administration are unfair urging them to forge alliances across the nation. 


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