I am interested in Buhari’s job – Lamido

I am interested in Buhari’s job – Lamido
April 25 17:58 2016

Former Governor of Jigawa state, Sule Lamido   on Monday said he would
contest for presidency on the
platform of the Peoples
Democratic Party (PDP) in 2019.
Lamido made this known to
newsmen on Monday in his village – Bamaina
– in Birnin-kudu Local
Government Area of the State.

He, however, said a party’s ticket
was not given to anybody on the
platter of gold, adding that a
candidate must earn it.
“If my party finds me worthy of
the party’s presidential ticket to
serve Nigeria, I will thank God
and oblige,” Lamido said.
“Although there are issues in the
party that we are all working to
resolve, we hope to have success
 soon and come out united.
“As I’m talking to you now, we
are working silently to resolve
our differences and bring back to
our fold those that left the party
for APC.

The former Minister of Foreign Affairs said the
internal crisis in the PDP was the
reason for its defeat in 2015
general elections.
He said the party has the capacity
to rule the country again but the
members must work hard to
achieve that.
Lamido denied any rift between him and
his successor, Governor Muhammad Badaru
of the All Progressives Congress.
He said both of them had mutual respect for
each other and he had no differences with
him other than political ideologies.