New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP) presidential candidate Senator Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso called on Nigeria not to vote tribal/religious during the February 25 presidential election.
He said the presidential election should be about the ability to save the country from its current chaos and not about one tribe or religion.
Kwankwaso spoke yesterday on a special monitored radio show in Port Harcourt, the capital of Rivers State.
The NNPP presidential candidate said that he possesses the best quality for the number one position in the country if elected.
Kwankwaso said: “At least, people talk about three or four of us as presidential candidates, but Nigerians will only choose one of us as president.
“I am sure that he (Wike) will vote for the best and not necessarily for someone from the South or the North and that is what, in my opinion, every responsible person in this country talks about.
“Look, we’re in trouble and everyone knows it. Disorder in terms of insecurity; total disaster in terms of economics.”
The former Kano state governor said his team has already developed a plan to deal with challenges in different sectors of the economy.
He said: “We hope to address the problems we already have in our country, from insecurity to the economy, education, crumbling infrastructure and all other sectors.
“So together with the Nigerians, by the grace of God, we will tackle all these problems and I have no doubt, based on my experiences in this country, we will be able to overcome all the problems that the country is facing today.”
Kwankwaso stated that with his experience, the issue of the terrorist group Boko Haram will be addressed.