Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia State has admitted that Nigerian leaders have failed in giving the lots dividends of democracy, therefore, the necessity to apologize to them.
Governor Ikpeazu, talking with Vanguard in Abuja on Sunday, stated they’ve did not make Nigerians “really feel a way of belonging”.
Throughout the interview, the governor additionally revealed that President Muhammadu Buhari’s successor in 2023 should have the willingness to go to all of the 109 senatorial districts throughout the nation no less than thrice a yr.
He burdened that Nigeria’s subsequent president should possess the standard of transparency, stating that the winner of the forthcoming 2023 presidential election should have the ability to clarify his/her talents and inabilities.
“The president we want in 2023 is one that’s able to visiting all of the 109 Senatorial districts no less than thrice a yr and assembly in a city corridor with the folks and apologizing to them that we have now mistaken them.
“The following president have to be prepared to interact with the folks and focus on what he’s doing and provides explanations for what he can do and what he can not do. We should apologize to the folks as a result of we have now actually not executed nicely and made the folks really feel a way of belonging.
“Our zoning choices have been spelt out by the PDP and it says that the Chairmanship of the occasion ought to go to the North in 2023. As a person, I really feel that the burden of fairness and justice favours the president from the South and once we come to the South, we discover out which zone hasz not but produced the president and provides them a ticket to that zone”.