Ignoring South-East in 10th NASS leadership is risky for APC – Benjamin Kalu

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Benjamin Kalu, the choice of the All Progressives Congress (APC) for the post of the Deputy Speaker in the yet-to-be-inaugurated 10th National Assembly has stated that the South-East geopolitical zone must not be pushed aside in the 10th NASS leadership.

The lawmaker representing Bende Federal Constituency in Abia State who sat for an interview on Channels Television on Sunday night, May 14, said APC might lose out in securing votes from the region in 2027 if they are neglected.

Kalu said;

“When you talk about nation building you forget about sentiments, you forget about emotions and look at the strongest argument and the strongest argument here is how do we make a diversity sensitive leadership, nation-building effort that will incorporate all the beautiful efforts of all the diverse part of the country coming together to work for what we peach? It’s by unity, peace and progress.

“You may recall that in the last four years, the South-East was not holding any of the presiding officers’ position and it has impacted on this election, among other things. I can assure you, if you neglect South-East again, a whole zone in such sensitive position, then you battle again in 2027, that is a big risk for any great planner to take.

“If you start now to plan and adopt this spirit of inclusion, South-East is going to yield a better harvest than what was yielded before.”

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