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“Nigeria Deserves Better And Purposeful Leadership” – Yahaya Bello Declares 2023 Presidency Ambition

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Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello, has declared his intention to aspire for the 2023 presidency under the banner of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC).

Ozuma Bridge In Okene Constructed By Gov. Yahaya Bello Of Kogi State Collapses One Week After ConstructionBello made the declaration in Bauchi on Thursday while addressing APC legislators as well as women groups from the North-East subregion during an extraordinary meeting held in Bauchi at Hazibal hotel.

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The Kogi governor who addressed the meeting virtually said: “I am offering myself to aspire for the 2023 presidency under our party, APC because the country deserved better and purposeful leadership from the youth.


“I really want to thank you for the wonderful things you are doing in your respective states and our fatherland and I sincerely want to appreciate you and thank you for the support to our great party, the support to President Muhammadu Buhari and your service to your people in your various constituencies.”

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The governor added: “I want to thank you for taking the time to come for this extraordinary meeting holding in the North-East, Bauchi in particular. Mine is just to express a token of appreciation and tell you that the task ahead is an enormous one, it is all about all of us, about our Nigeria, about our dear party, it is about our future.”

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