By Ismail Auwal

The Senator representing Kano South, Kabiru Ibrahim Gaya, has said that the next Nigerian President should be produced by the southern part of the country.

The Senator who spoke at a NAN forum in Abuja on Tuesday said that President Muhammadu Buhari, who is from the North, is doing well in developing the country.

He, however, said he believes that the next president should be from the southern part of Nigeria.

“On the issue of the presidency in 2023, I will support a president from the southern part of the country. I believe it is time we have a president from the southern part of the country while the vice president comes from the North,” he said.

“I think it should be fair to rotate the presidency in such a way that people will have confidence on the system; both the North and the South will accommodate each other. Nigeria needs to be one country. One united country,” he emphasized.

The senator said he is of the opinion that Nigeria should remain one indivisible entity while improving its revenue generation.

“God knows the best why He puts us together and I believe there is a reason for it,” he said.

“But when you say you want to restructure the country using revenue generation, that each state lives on its own or parts of the nation in terms of tribe strive on its own, I think that is the thinking of some Nigerians.”

“I believe that Nigeria should remain one indivisible entity.”

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