‘I Gained’t Rule Myself Out Of Senate Presidency’ – Amosun

Ogun State Governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun, yesterday mentioned he wouldn’t rule himself out from vying for the workplace of the Senate President if the chance presents itself.

Amosun, who spoke towards the backdrop of calls for by a few of his constituents, acknowledged that he may be disposed to looking for the Senate Presidency every time the slot is zoned to the South-West.

The governor spoke throughout his ward-to-ward senatorial marketing campaign in Ewekoro Native Authorities Space of state, which is among the six native governments in Ogun Central Senatorial District. Fielding questions from reporters at Asayobo ward, Amosun, who’s a senatorial candidate for Ogun Central on the platform of All Progressives Congress (APC), mentioned he was blissful that his folks wished him to serve the nation on the nationwide degree.

He additionally flayed some unnamed occasion leaders who accused him of allegedly concentrating growth in Abeokuta, the state capital, and the Ogun Central zone to the detriment of different areas of the state.

The governor expressed confidence that he would change into a rating senator as soon as he returns to the higher chamber of the Nationwide Meeting having as soon as served there between 2003 and 2007.

He, nevertheless, declared that there was no method he may change into the Senate President for the reason that South- West geopolitical had already produced the Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo. Amosun mentioned: “Once we went earlier than, we weren’t that skilled. After all, we had limitations, however now, you and I do know that I’m not that rookie senator.

I might be a rating Senator by the point I get there. “You recognize throughout the context of Nigeria and the context of our occasion, folks from South-West are quantity two, the Vice President. So, there is no such thing as a method we are able to have each the Vice President and the Senate President on the identical time.



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