A former Senate president, Chief Ken Nnamani, has explained why he is seeking to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari as Nigeria’s next president in 2023 to provide effective leadership for the country.
Nnamani spoke at the weekend when he addressed a coalition of youth delegates and supporters across the six geo-political zones of Nigeria, who came to his campaign office in Abuja to express their solidarity and support to his presidential aspiration.
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Senator Nnamani said that if elected president he would unite the country, deepen her democracy and rebuild the social and economic infrastructure for a sustainable development based on production and fair distribution of opportunities and resources across the geo-political zones of Nigeria.
He assured that Nigeria, in her present circumstance; required a tested and trusted leader with his kind of democratic pedigree of accomplishments in his previous high office in the country as Senate president.