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Jettison your Presidential ambition, lead PDP to victory in 2023 – Doyin Okupe tells Saraki

A former Presidential aide, Dr. Doyin Okupe has admonished Former President of the Eighth Senate, Dr. Bukola Saraki, to set aside his Presidential ambitions in 2023 and lead the People’s Democratic Party to victory as National Chairman of the party.

Doyin Okupe, a Chieftain of the PDP, stated this in an article on his social media platform amidst the decision of the Party to zone the Party’s top seat to the North. He noted that Saraki towers highest among all the potential aspirants the North might present for the seat.

“With the zoning of the chairmanship of the party to the North, fmr Senate President, Dr Bukola Abubakar Saraki is perhaps the very best person to occupy this exalted position.”


“Positionally he towers far far above virtually any other person from that zone.
A former two term elected governor, fmr highly celebrated President of the senate who demonstrated uncommon leadership capabilities in that he was a true bi partisan leader of the entire Senate.”


“Finally, the youths of Nigeria have special palpable affinity for this amiable and distinguished and very cerebral politician.
He naturally fits into the mould of a credible and dependable bridge between the old and the young.”


“His chairmanship will most certainly drive the up coming politically well informed youths into pdp.
It will be worth deep reflections by stakeholders to convince this successful and accomplished politician to take up the mantle of leadership in our great party.”

The leading opposition party in the Country, PDP, is currently scheming how the party can return back to Aso rock as they make preparations for the National Convention of the party by the end of October.

Prior to the Party’s adoption, The Governors of the party, had voted to endorse the Northern geopolitical zone as the area to present the next Chairman of the party.

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