Presidency: North Has Inalienable Rights To Retains Power In 2023 — Group.

By ABDULLAHI RABIU, Kano

Pan Nigerian Youths Group, Nigerian Youths be Alliance on Friday declared that the North geopolitical block has legitimate right to retain power in 2023.

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Musa Muhammad Bauchi, the National leader of the group told Reporters in Kano that the Nigeria constitution support this inalienable rights.

Mr. Bauchi who spoke against the backdrop of mounting criticism over plot by the region to retain power after Buhari’s 8 years in office, said ” the north will not succumbs to blackmail to forfeit its legitimate right in a participatory democracy.

He explained that ” a cursory look at the occupiers of the highest seat on the land between 1999 to date simply exposed a statistics highly unfavorable to the region despite its numerical strength ”

The leader of pan Nigerian youths group noted that ” the north has made enough sacrifice for the stability of this Africa most populous country, hence, no one , or group should adopt blackmail to deny us our right.”

Bauchi whose group endorsed the Jigawa state governor, Muhammad Badaru Abubakar to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari in office by 2023 said “Badaru’s track record in Jigawa was a convincing bet that he is the right man for the plum job”.

The Youths Group said ” We feel if given the mandate to serve as President of this Country, Badaru would bring rapid socio economics developments across the nation.”

Enumerating some of the practical developmental projects brought about by his stewardship such as the construction of 348 new Primary School, while upgrading 142 Junior Secondary School.

He said Governor Badaru has Employed 1, 393 qualified teachers.as well as purchased 243 Motorcycles for School inspection.

The Youths leader said governor Badaru Abubakar is making Jigawa the number one producer of Sesame in Nigeria and the top producer of Rice and Hibiscus in Nigeria through Cluster farming. Through various empowerment programs, he uplifted more than 150,000 people out of poverty.

Bauchi said it was governor Badaru who also rebranded Jigawa state with about 3,000 Km road network around Jigawa state.

” He came up with various programs that provide the most reliable health, portable water, sanitation, and more.
In managing the finance of Jigawa, ”

Governor Badaru has ensure optimal utilization of Public Funds he was named ‘Baba Mai Calculator’ due to his pragmatic way of handling the meager resources in the coffers of government.

He was a Chairman of reconciliation, where he harmonize the differences lingering in APC which lead to peace and prosperity. These among others necessitated the formation of Nigeria Youth Alliance for Badaru 2023.