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Power Must Return To The South After 8 Years In The North – Rotimi Akeredolu

Governor Rotimi Akeredolu

Governor Rotimi Akeredolu

The Ondo State Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu has come out to apologise to Christian clerics over the Muslim-Muslim presidential ticket of the All Progressives Congress.

He recently had his say while speaking to the press, and Nigerians have been reacting.

According to him, he can only appeal to the clerics to help talk to their followers about the need to forgive and give the party a chance despite the recent decisions.

Akeredolu added that his call for understanding is hinged on the need for power to return to the southern part of the country after eight years in the northern part.

His words, “I understand our feelings because I am one of you. I am a Christian. All of us here are worried. What will be our gain, and that, why is my party, the APC, throwing up a Muslim-Muslim ticket?”

“It has been a real issue for all of us; even members of the party. We have debated it, fought it and done so many things about it. I have always said to people, that my fight was for a Southern President. Now it has come to the South-West, will I now throw the baby away with the bathwater? Can I, in all honesty, do it? Should I, in all honesty, do it?”

“We call it a matter of coincidence. It is a matter of conscience. All of us are here, why don’t we look at it from one angle? The buck stops on the table of the President. Do we have a capable hand who can manage the affairs if given the opportunity? Do you have a man who is bold enough to challenge incursions into our land? That is it.”

“All of us here have lived together for years, and we didn’t allow religion to cause a fight among us. We have Muslims in our families and there is no fight. We have many leaders in Yoruba land who have both Muslims and Christians in their families and there is no fight.”



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