2023: Why I want to be Nigeria’s president — Saraki

Former Senate President, Bukola Saraki, has claimed he’s contesting the presidency to reduce Nigeria’s brain drain.

In a Breakfast & Media Session on Thursday, the ex-governor of Kwara state promised to bridge the religious gaps in the country.

Speaking, Saraki said; “As long as some of our best and brightest brains still relocate to other countries to find fulfillment, then our job is not done. And this is why I want to be President, because I will develop targeted incentives to reverse the brain drain and keep our professionals in the country.

“I will be the bridge between Muslims and Christians. I will be the bridge between the North and the South. Because I am the Nigerian for all Nigerians!

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“I know how business works. I know how the government functions. And I know how the legislature operates. This diverse experience stands me out. And I will bring the experience to bear in getting the most critical constituencies behind the tough decisions that we must take if Nigeria must survive.

“Join hands with me, let’s go fix Nigeria. God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria.”

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