Be patient till 2023 - Ex-military governor Kama tells contenders for 2019 presidency

Be patient till 2023 - Ex-military governor Kama tells contenders for 2019 presidency

- Retired Major-General Aliyu Adu Umar Kama says there is no vacancy in Aso Rock in 2019

- Kama wants those eyeing the presidency to wait till 2023

- Boss Mustapha promises to serve under President Buhari and make his people proud

Those who are already eyeing the presidential seat in 2019 must have to wait till 2023, a former military governor of Plateau state, retired Major-General Aliyu Adu Umar Kama, has said adding that there is no vacancy in Aso Rock.

Kama, an indigene of Adamawa state where Atiku Abubakar hails from, was reported as saying there was no wacuum in Aso Rock for now.

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Daily Independent reports Kama as saying it would be foolhardy for anyone irrespective of his political inclinations to want to contest against President Buhari.

Kama said this in Abuja during the Hoba Community grand reception for the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Boss Mustapha, by the elders’ council.

He said the people of Hoba in Adamawa state are grateful to President Buhari for appointing two sons of the community as SGF successively. He said they were pledging continuous support for the administration.

Mustapha also pledged to conduct himself creditably in office and work hard to ensure that at the end of his service, his people would be proud of him. earlier reported that Nigeria's prominent Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, Bishop Matthew Kukah, said that the northerners would still vote for President Muhammadu Buhari during the 2019 general elections.

The bishop said that had anything against the president as being viewed by many Nigerians.

PAY ATTENTION: Read the news on Nigeria’s #1 news app also reported that an All Progressives Congress (APC) chieftain, Buba Marwa, said so far, there was no better presidential candidate for the 2019 election in the APC than President Muhammadu Buhari.

Marwa, who is also a former military governor of Lagos state, made this disclosure in Yola after a meeting of stakeholders comprising 20 organisations in Adamawa.

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