No merger will unseat Tinubu in 2027 – Nabena

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A former Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the ruling
All Progressives Congress, APC, Yekini Nabena, has said if former President
Muhammadu Buhari could complete his 8-year term in office, no merger plot will
unseat President Bola Tinubu in 2027.


There have been talks of a merger and mega party among the
opposition parties and some prominent members of the APC lately.


Reacting to the development through a statement he signed on
Tuesday in Abuja, Nabena also declared that no political coup in the National
Assembly will remove the incumbent President of the Senate, Senator Godswill


He said the South and the North must support President Bola
Tinubu to succeed in his Renewed Hope Agenda because the country belongs to all
of us and Nigeria is one, not only on paper or mouth but in reality.


Nabena noted: “If former President Muhammadu Buhari could
complete his eight years in office, by the grace of God Almighty the incumbent
President Bola Tinubu will do the same, not even the talk of mega party or
merger can stop him. The South must also complete the 8-year political
arrangement and President Bola Tinubu will do that for the South.


“The South will not fight each other again for other regions
to benefit, the era of division in the Southen Nigeria is gone for good. The
Almighty God will perfect President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s health and grant him
wisdom to take the country to the promised land.


“The 2027 presidential election will come and go but the
President will remain in the South and President Bola Tinubu, by God’s grace,
will continue his good job.


“The same goes to the President of the Senate, Senator
Godswill Akpabio, by God’s grace, he will also complete his term as the
Chairman of the National Assembly in grand style, no threat, no blackmail or
political machination will do otherwise.”


Nabena stressed that Nigerians from the South are satisfied
with the level of representation they are getting from their representatives in
the National Assembly and, therefore passed a vote of confidence on them for
standing tall.

Source link: Nigerianeye

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