President Muhammadu Buhari’s Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, has requested that his boss won’t handpick his successor in 2023.
Adesina communicated this while appearing on Channels Television on Monday night.In resentment of the way that he yielded that Buhari would be enthused about who transforms into the accompanying president, Adesina explained that the technique won’t be controlled.
The presidential agent was reacting to a declaration by the General Overseer of the Latter Rain Assembly, Tunde Bakare, who urged the president to be locked in with the determination of his successor.
“By May 2023 God willing he would have finished his second term as president, he would not have spoken to another term and he will leave. Thusly, he has that at the back of his cerebrum.
“Priest Bakare said he should be enthusiastic about who succeeds him, yes I’m sure the president will be excited about who succeeds him yet he won’t control the technique, to pick a successor.
“The president won’t pick a successor. We know him, he isn’t somebody like that. Will he be enthusiastic about the methodology? In reality, he will. He will ensure that there is a free, sensible and reliable political choice; that nobody will come to use money and advantages for trick his way into the authority of the country. It won’t happen. The president will ensure free, sensible and sound methodology; anyway to handpick a successor? No, he won’t do that,” Adesina said.
He incorporated that Buhari won’t hand “Nigeria over to the people who will take her back or hand Nigeria over to hoodlums eventually.
“One thing that is clear is that the president will do whatever is needful before the accompanying game plan of general choices. Early enough is relative yet the president will do whatever is needful.”