Governor Bala Mohammed of Bauchi State says the North nonetheless has 4 years left to govern Nigeria after President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration in 2023.
This, he stated is predicated on the association of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.
Further explaining his place, the governor added that the All Progressives Congress social gathering has the burden of zoning the presidency to the South and never the PDP.
Explaining why it’s so, Mohammed stated, “We are conscious of the agitations of the southern a part of the nation as a result of the chief of the nation right this moment, President Muhammadu Buhari, who’s from the North, will end his tenure in 2023, so power ought to rotate to the South.
“But I need to say that I’m in PDP, I’m not in APC. It is the APC that has this burden (of zoning the presidency to the South).
“In my party, the last President was from the South and he was my President, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan. During this period, my party was at the centre for 16 years, 14 of those years were led by the people from the South, so where is the justice and the justification? Therefore, it is the turn of the North (to produce the President).”