- Shehu Sani has revealed the experience of presidential candidates who visit IBB, OBJ and Abdulsalami Abubakar ahead of the 2023 general elections
- The former Kaduna senator said in a tweet on Friday, August 19, that the trio will give visitors a warm reception
- However, Sani made it clear that each of the Nigerian former leaders knows whom they are supporting in 2023
In the opinion of Shehu Sani, a former senator who represented Kaduna Central, presidential candidates who visit Ibrahim Babangida Badamosi, Adulsalami Abubakar, and Chief Olusegun Obasanjo will get the same fate.
In a tweet on Friday, August 19, Sani, a member of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), said politicians who pay courtesy visits to all three former Nigerian leaders will be received warmly.
The former lawmaker, however, made it clear that Babangida, Adulsalami and Obasanjo know whom they want as President Muhammadu Buhari's successor in 2023.
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"Any presidential candidate who visits IBB, Abdulsami or Obj will have the same warm reception and noncommittal assurances; but the old Gurus,experienced in the machinations and intrigues of power,holds their cards on the chests."
2023: Peter Obi speaks on probing Buhari, GEJ, OBJ, others after emerging president
Speaking in Abuja on Friday, July 8, Obi said he will do his utmost to stop the corruption that has ravaged the system instead of looking back to past administrations with a view to probing them.
According to the former Anambra state governor, victimisation and witch-hunt are not any of his interests or motives.
“As for probing the past government let me tell you, you see me argue it that you can’t close your shop and be chasing thieves. Those who only look at yesterday and today will miss tomorrow. God did not give us eyes at the back, mine is to look forward.
“If you come into government today and decide to stop the leakage first, you will get more. I am not going to be part of any form of victimization or witch-hunt, it won’t happen. Nigerians must live within law and order."