APC Party Chieftain, Ahmed Lawan Heads To Court, Seeks Order For Northerner To Barn From Succeeding President Muhammadu Buhari

Ahmed Lawan disclosed that he was approaching a court in Yola to challenge what he called an attempt to disrupt democracy in Nigeria.

A chieftain of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), Ahmed Lawan, is set to file a lawsuit seeking an order from the court to stop his party APC from the zone the 2023 presidential ticket to Nigeria’s Southern Parts.

Ahmed, who previously ran for the party’s Adamawa State Chairmanship office in the last APC congress, told SaharaReporters exclusively, that he was opposed to moves by a northern cabal seeking to retain power in the north beyond 2023.

He also disclosed that he was approaching a court in Yola to challenge what he named an attempt to disrupt democracy in Nigeria.

Ahmed further disclosed that he would not hesitate to also challenge the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) if it fails to zone its ticket to southern Nigeria.

“Those our Northern compatriots, scheming to retain power in the North are our common enemies; they’re the enemies of Nigeria.

“It is evil for some people to think they can sit in the comfort of their region to determine the political fate of the entire nation.

“Nigeria is for all of us, therefore, we must play politics in the spirit of inclusiveness.

“We, in the North have had it, we’re there and by 2023 we should quit the stage in the interest of national unity.

“Our position is that power must move to the South, South-West, South-South or South-East.

“Other parts of the country should be given a sense of belonging. This way, it would help diffuse the tense atmosphere in our national polity, he added.

Lawan further condemned a move by some Powerful Northern elites, seeking the exit of the South-East region from Nigeria.

Written by MNM

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