Only God knows who will be the ruling APC’s presidential candidate in the 2023 elections.
This was Abdullahi Adamu, the APC’s national chairmansubmission ,’s on Wednesday, May 25, when he ruled out the consensus option.
Adamu stated that all presidential candidates running on the party’s platform will be allowed to compete in the primary.
Abdullahi Adamu, chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has responded to questions about whether the party will adopt the consensus option before the presidential primary, as it did at the national convention.
Speaking to journalists about the issue, Adamu stated that the presidential primary and the national convention are two separate events and that discussions about a consensus candidate for the party ahead of the 2023 presidential election are unrealistic, according to The Punch.
According to Nigerian Tribune, he explained that the ruling party has established guidelines that will influence the process of selecting the right flagbearer.
“However, the party has laid down its rules and regulations for the aspirants,” he says.
We would scrutinize all of them based on our criteria to ensure that we chose the best candidate for the party.”
There can only be one winner in the APC primaries.
Adamu stated that the aspirants, all 28 of them, must understand and accept that they cannot all be winners at the same time, even if they are all allowed to compete, and that only God can decide and reveal who is the best candidate for the position.
He explained to the Nigerian Tribune that the ruling party has established guidelines that will influence the process of choosing the right flag bearer.
“However, the party has established its own set of rules and regulations for aspirants,” he says.
We would evaluate each one based on our criteria to ensure that we chose the best candidate for the party.
” residential ticket, and everyone knows they won’t be able to get it.”
“If God wills it, they can all be president of the country one after the other.”
Our job is to ensure fairness in the selection of the party’s candidate.
That does not mean we are without flaws.
But we hope we’re doing the right thing.”