It’s Too Early For Buhari To Assist Any Aspirant For 2023 Presidency – Femi Adesina
Femi Adesina, a presidential spokesperson, has expressed that it’s too early for President Muhammadu Buhari to help any aspirant for the presidency within the 2023 common election.
Adesina acknowledged this on Friday throughout an interview with Channels Tv.
Adesina, who defined that the assembly between Buhari and the APC chieftain on Thursday was a “goodwill go to”, mentioned it will likely be in contrast to Buhari to leap the gun on supporting presidential aspirants for the 2023 election.
“That assembly really occurred, however it’s all about goodwill and finest needs. We all know that Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu had been in London about the identical time the president was there,” he mentioned.
“Such as you mentioned, we don’t consider what we learn in social media however we have now learn rather a lot about asiwaju Tinubu’s well being, so the president’s go to was a goodwill go to.
“The president nonetheless has two years much less three months in his tenure of workplace. So, for him to begin supporting any individual now will simply be like leaping the gun and you understand that President Buhari won’t ever do this.
“Earlier than the 2019 election, individuals started to marketing campaign for him earlier than INEC blew the whistle for marketing campaign to begin. He was the one who got here out to say ‘no, don’t do it; don’t leap the gun’.
“The president himself will dare not leap the gun by way of supporting one candidate or the opposite. Additionally, recall that he had mentioned anyone that wishes to be president after him ought to exit and work. Which means the president might not be supporting anyone till perhaps maybe a candidate of the celebration emerges. Realizing President Buhari, he won’t ever leap the gun.”