Election 2023: ”Just Make Me APC National Chairman, I Don’t Want To Be President”- Ali Modu Sheriff

A former governor of Borno State, Ali Modu Sheriff, has said no person has worked more and better for the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) than himself.

He said as one of the founders of the party, he has nothing but the interest and growth of the party at heart.

Mr Sheriff made this statement at a press conference in Abuja on Friday.
The former governor is an aspirant for the position of the APC’s national chairman. Although the party is yet to zone the position, it has scheduled its national convention for February 26.

“I was part of the founders of APC. I was among the six people that sat first. I was the chairman of the board of trustees of the ANPP.

“No person has worked for the APC in his life more than me. And because I wasn’t comfortable (in PDP), I went back home. It should be a plus for the party.

“Please, I want to put it on record today. I am not looking for president. I am looking for APC national chairmanship position so that I can lead a campaign as we did in 2014 to make sure that our father and leader, President Muhammadu Buhari, hands over power to another APC man as a president.

“If I want to be president, I am not afraid of anybody. But I don’t want to be president but the national chairman of the APC,” he said.

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