Sanusi 2023 Presidential Campaign Launches In Kaduna
Bare two weeks after the dethronement of Muhammad Sanusi II as the Emir of Kano, a group called All Nigerian Youth Project, has kicked off 2023 Presidential Campaign for the deposed Emir.
As the campaign launches in Kaduna after almost two weeks of social media blitz, the organisers vowed to drag Sanusi to court if he turns down call to contest presidency.
Addressing journalists at the flag-off of the campaign, the National Coordinator of the “All Nigerian Youth Projects”, Dr. Suleiman Shinkaffi, appealed to all other Nigerians with Presidential ambition for 2023 to bury it.
Shinkafi said, Nigerian youth were determined to support Sanusi to become the next President of Nigeria to savage the nation from its current challenges of Boko Haram insurgency, banditry, kidnappings, herdsmen/farmers crises, killings among other criminality.
According to him, “We’re all Nigerian youth project agitating for Sanusi.
“With the situation in the country now only credible and stainless candidate, that is acceptable to all that’s needed. And we believe that Sanusi is acceptable to all and intellectually sound to turn things around for better for this country.
“Nigeria is a sinking sheep and need someone of high intellectual ability like him to rescue the country. Baba Buhari has done his best.”
He added that the movement was ready to give Sanusi the same supports they gave Buhari in 2015 by contributing money to sponsor his campaign, buy his nomination form, recharge cards, provide logistics among other things to support him to emerge the Nigerian President in 2023.
Shinkafi argued that, the agitation behind the project cut across the six geopolitical zones, irrespective of religion, ethnicity and tribal differences.
He continued that over one hundred thousand people have reportedly indicated interest for Sanusi, while over 100 million supporters have been targeted for the 2023 project.
The campaign tagged: “Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, Project 2023, All Nigerian youth project,” the movement, pioneered by Nigerian youth has received delivery of about 12 exotics vehicles of different brands donated to it for logistics purposes from prominent Nigerians.