Adesina rejects presidential election application form

the president of African Development BankAkinwumi Adesina, has rejected a presidential nomination form purchased for him by a group from northern Nigeria. He said that he is fully engaged and committed to his work at the regional bank. A coalition made up of 28 groups reportedly raised N100 million to buy the ruling All Progressive Congress’s nomination forms for Mr. Adesina. Mr. Adesina, a former Nigerian agriculture minister, was re-elected as president of the African bank in 2020. Today he revealed the rejection through a letter. “I am extremely honored by several calls from Nigerians at home and abroad who should consider running for the office of President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. I am deeply moved by all who have gone to great lengths, at such great sacrifices, of their own volition, to consider me worthy of being put forward for possible consideration,” he said. READ ALSO: 2023: I will not run for president – ​​Adesina ”The coalition groups of youth, women, farmers, physically challenged and well-intentioned Nigerians who have done this have expressed their genuine free will, political right, freedom of expression and association for my consideration, with the interest of Nigeria at heart. . While I am deeply honored, humbled, and grateful for all of the incredible goodwill, kindness, and trust, my current responsibilities at this time do not allow me to accept being considerate. ”I remain fully committed and committed to the mission that Nigeria, Africa and all non-African shareholders of the African Development Bank have given me for the development of Africa. I remain fully focused on the mission of supporting Africa’s accelerated development and economic integration. May God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria.” Read More Related News Here Let here it in the comment below if you do have an opinion on this; Adesina rejects presidential election application form