Kwankwaso is Nigeria’s next President, Buba Galadima boasts | Dailytrust

Kwankwaso is Nigeria’s next President, Buba Galadima boasts

A chieftain of the New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP), Buba Galadima, has boasted that the party’s presidential candidate, Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso, will succeed President Muhammadu Buhari.

He said Kwankwaso would win all the states in the North-West and garner enough votes in other regions of the country in the 2023 presidential election.

Galadima stated this during a chat with Arise TV on issues surrounding Nigerian politics.

He said, “North-West has 24 million registered voters. And the whole of that space called North-West, is left for the Lion (Kwankwaso) alone.

”Nigerians should know what is facing them. Take North-East where I come from, Kwankwaso will win Bauchi, he will win Gombe, he will win Adamawa, he will win Taraba. The only states where he would have to wrestle with the APC are Borno and Yobe.

“If you take North-Central, we will win Plateau, we will win Nasarawa, technically we will win Benue, of course Kogi is his second home. We will win Niger, and now Kwara from our visit, is falling in the stable.

“We will win Cross River, we will win Akwa Ibom, we will win Edo, we will win Oyo. We are fighting for the soul of Delta. If that Delta falls in, Kwankwaso on the first ballot, will be the President of Nigeria.”

Galadima also said that even if ethno-religious politics is played out in the presidential election, Kwankwaso would still emerge victorious.

“And in case, you do sectional, tribal and religious politics, what would happen is that Kwankwaso is going to come number one with the highest number of electoral votes, and whoever comes second, they will go into the election, Kwankwaso is the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria,” he said.

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