2023: Judge me by my past records…I have to be the president — Amaechi

The immediate past Minister of Transport, Rotimi Amaechi, on Wednesday, told APC delegates in Jigawa to judge him by his past records.

Amaechi in Dutse appealed to the APC delegates to vote for him because he is competent and a detribalised Nigerian.

The former governor of Rivers state added that of all the aspirants seeking the presidential seat, he is the person with both the legislative and executive experiences, saying they have made him understand Nigeria better.

“Judge me by past records, not what people think and say I am. I have to be the president of Nigeria because of my trajectory.”

“It would not be fair for the north to abandon the south-south in its hours of need because of the long-standing political relationship between the two regions,” Ameachi said.

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Speaking, Governor Muhammad Badaru of Jigawa, said he will not contest against Amaechi in the 2023 presidential election.

“There will be no contest between me and Ameachi. It is either I run or he runs, but for sure, I cannot run against him,” Badaru said.

The presidential aspirant was accompanied on the visit by a former Chief of Army Staff and Nigerian Ambassador to the Benin Republic, Gen. Tukur Buratai, and a former Inspector-General of Police, Suleiman Abba, among others.

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