2023: Gov. Yahaya Bello’s Presidency Would Curtail Insecurity, Unite Nigerian’s – Comr. Ameh Williams


Nigerians have been asked to see Gov. Yahaya Bello’s Presidency as one that would usher in the long desired unity and improve on infrastructure decay in the country.

Similarly, Gov. Bello’s Presidency if achieved has the propensity to curtail the level of insecurity challenge facing the nation.

Comr. Ameh Williams, former Chairmanship Aspirant, Olamaboro LGA, The Coordinator Confluence Media Team (CMT) For GYB/CEDO 2019, As well as North Central Media Network For Governor Bello Presidential Project, added his voice to the growing call on Nigerian’s to adopt Gov. Yahaya Bello as the nation’s President, described him as the best bet for the country to move forward.

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Comr Williams called on other Governor’s in the country and stakeholders of North Central States to begin consultations and negotiations with politicians and opinion leaders in the country with a view to projecting Gov. Yahaya Bello as the next President from North Central Zone of the Country come 2023.

The former Aspirant in a chat with Newsmen, described Gov. Yahaya Bello as the best bet for the country if it want to tackle the current insecurity situation and the problem of unity facing the nation.

He described the Governor’s passion for building infrastructure, growing a robust economy as what stands him out for 2023, says if the country must take a quantum leap into the realm of developement, all eyes should made to adopt Gov. Bello in 2023.

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He added that the North Central Zone of Nigeria has sacrificed and contributed immensely for the unity, peace and stability in the democratic governance of the country, said it should be allowed to produce the next President through Gov. Bello.

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