Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chieftain, Bode George has said that he has no interest in becoming the party’s chairman.
George made the comment while speaking to journalists after returning to Nigeria following a trip abroad.
“I have no plan, no ambition, slide or straightforward looking for it,” he said.
“On the issue of national chairmanship, based on the spirit of equity and fairness which is the foundation and principle upon which our party was built by our founding fathers, the South West deserves the national chairmanship now.
“This is the right and proper thing which must be done. The South West is a significant zone for the Nigeria federation which cannot and must not be treated with levity,” he added.
George also urged current chairman, Ali Modu Sheriff to keep to his promise of handing over on May 21.
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