Senate Presidency: Sani Musa ‘Speaks On’ Stepping Down


Senate Presidency: Sani Musa ‘Speaks On’ Stepping Down

The Senator representing Niger East Senatorial District, Sani Musa, has insisted that he is still in the race for the position of Senate President of the 10th National Assembly.

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Mr Musa said that contrary to some media reports that northern aspirants had stepped down for their southern colleagues, he remains the candidate to beat for the plum job.



He, however, said he would step down if the leadership of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, zoned the presiding officer’s positions to other zones apart from the North Central.


He said, “My attention has been drawn to the story that I have shelved my aspiration to be elected as a presiding officer in the 10th National Assembly.

“I guessed it is the imagination of the writer of that newspaper’s story.

“I am still in the race and will only decide otherwise if the zoning arrangement of our great party, the APC, did not favour my zone for the office of the President of the Senate or the deputy.

“I appeal to my distinguished senators-elect, my constituents, and the general public to remain steadfast and be hopeful for a united and robust 10th National Assembly that will be an independent and committed partner to our incoming administration,” he added.

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