The presidential candidate of the African Democratic Congress (ADC), Dumebi Kachikwu, is set to unveil his running mate today.
Leakblast.com learned that the the ADC presidential flagbearer would unveil his substantive running mate at the party’s national headquarters in Abuja by noon.
Recall that Kachikwu had in June announced Dr Mani Ahmad as his running mate for the 2023 presidential election. However, he could have been a placeholder.
A source told SaharaReporters on Thursday that Kachikwu was keeping the name of his substantive running mate to his chest until the formal unveiling.
“It is not a name I can tell you at this time. Our presidential candidate plans to disclose the name in a grand style today. So wait till you hear from the horse’s mouth,” the source said.
Another source said that Kachikwu has picked a dynamic, knowledgeable and experienced personality as his running mate.
He said the vice presidential candidate shares Kachikwu’s passion for impactful leadership and people-oriented service after his election as President.
“All I can say is that the proposed running mate to the ADC’s presidential candidate is a well-groomed and knowledgeable Nigerian who would rightly complement Kachikwu’s efforts in working to restore order, provide security, lift Nigerians out of poverty, fix the nation’s comatose infrastructure, curb corruption and painstakingly revive the economy.
“Kachikwu means business and Nigerians, especially the youth, the under-served and neglected segments of the society will begin to understand his vision for a new Nigeria where the government exists solely to work for the security and welfare of the people after the grand unveiling tomorrow,” the source added.
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