It Is Time For The Midde Belt!!! David Mark Receives Full Endorsement For 2019 President, Buhari, Atiku, Lamido, Under Pressure To Step Down

By Post-Nigeria November 13, 2017 18:11

It Is Time For The Midde Belt!!! David Mark Receives Full Endorsement For 2019 President, Buhari, Atiku, Lamido, Under Pressure To Step Down

For justice and equity in the Northern region, the Presidential aspirants from the far North have been called upon to step down for former Senate President, David Mark, who is from the Middle Belt, ahead of the 2019 elections.

Post-Nigeria recalls that President Muhammadu Buhari; former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar; former Jigawa State Governor, Sule Lamido; are from the far North, and are likely to contest the 2019 Presidential election.

This call was made by the National President of the Middle Belt Youth Forum, Comrade Pius Attah.
He noted that the Middle Belt, which comprises of the North Central geopolitical zones, has suffered neglect and marginalization, with the recently released list of political appointees by the Presidency.

“We in the Middle Belt are suffering political marginalization from our counterparts in the far North. This is evident with the recent released of list of political appointees by the Presidency, and the region has the least among other geopolitical zones in the country.

“We have been supportive of political ambition of other geopolitical zones, and we have made several civilian Presidents, but we have never produced one. It is on this account that youths in the Middle Belt after consultation with the elders, women, and some political stakeholders, decided to endorse Senator David Mark, to contest the 2019 Presidential election.

“We will resist any attempt by anybody from the far North to thwarts this ambition; it is time for us in the Middle Belt to give Nigeria a President that will unite and address issues of marginalization and nepotism in the country.”

He stressed that when the North is looking for a vote during the election, they assume that the 19 Northern States are together, but when it comes to a political appointment and what will benefit the region, the Middle Belt is neglected after labouring.

He called on youths in the South-South, South-East, South-West, and North-East, who have not also produced Presidents in the country, to support the Presidential ambition of the Middle Belt in North Central, so that they will also support them when they indicate interest.

 

Who do you want as Nigeria's 2019 President???

View Results

3,199 views

Sponsored