The year 2023 should witness power shifting back to the South, says Kashim Shettima, www.totorinews.com reports.
According to the former governor of Borno it is in the spirit of fairness and justice for political power to reside in South after the tenure of President Muhammadu Buhari.
Shettima stated this on Friday at the public presentation of Njidda Gadzama’s book, “Standing for the Truth with Courage”.
Gadzama is the chairman, Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund) research and development standing committee.
He said after power has resided in the north for eight years, it is only just for it to be rotated to the south.
“I believe in equity, justice and fairness. After power has resided in the north for eight years, there is need for a power shift in the south,” Shettima said.
He commended Gazdama for propagating the culture of the people of Margi in his book.
According to him, the book will serve as a learning ground for people across different cultures.
“We are living in the 21st century where our culture is beginning to face extinction,” he said.
“A lot of Margi sons and daughters are not familiar with their mother tongue — a situation not too good for our existence. This book is therefore not a surprise in bring back our culture.”
Source : The Cable
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