- Bukola Saraki says Nigeria needs a digital president
- The Senate president is of the opinion that the country is desirous of a dynamic leadership that is private sector inclusive
- He says he has the intellectual ability and capacity to rule the country
Senate President Bukola Saraki says Nigeria needs a digital president who is abreast with the new world social order.
He made the comment on Wednesday, September 12, during a visit to the Cross River state governor, Prof Ben Ayade, The Nation reports.
NAIJ.com gathers that the purpose of the Senate president’s visit was to seek support for his 2019 presidential ambition.
Saraki opined that the country is desirous of a dynamic leadership that is private sector inclusive.
He said: “I am in Cross River to solicit delegates’ support in the forthcoming presidential primaries of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP).
“I have the intellectual ability and capacity to rule Nigeria and that is why I am soliciting the support of all Nigerians, to achieve this aim."
In response, the Cross River governor commended Saraki for coming out to contest for the presidency. He said the Senate president has what it takes to take the country to greater heights.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously reported that the founder of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele, said Senate President Bukola Saraki would win the 2019 presidential election if he grabs the ticket of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
The cleric, however, warned that the 2019 election would be tougher than that of 2015.
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