Senator Rabiu Kwankwaso, a presidential aspirant under the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, and former Kano State governor, has said he will be the next president of Nigeria because ‘his state has the highest number of voters in the country’.
Kwankwaso stated this on Thursday in Jos during a consultation visit to Plateau State.
He said: “I come from a state which has the highest number of voters that can sway an election in my favour.
“If I pick the PDP ticket, I will be the next president of this nation.
“I have the hunger to save Nigeria from its current troubles. I have my plan to make Nigeria a better country for all.
“I have massive support from the North-West and will get even more supporters if given the ticket.”
The former governor also promised to put an end to the farmers/herders clash in the North.
“A key solution to Nigeria’s problems is a participatory government that will ward off mutual suspicion and distrust. It will address the gap in communication which is largely responsible for farmer/herder clashes, religious violence and ethnic crisis in the country,” he said.