2019 presidency: Make me your Vice President – Duncan Mighty begs Sowore


Nigerian popstar, Duncan Mighty has given causes he must be chosen as presidential working mate to Omoyele Sowore of the Motion Alliance Congress, AAC.

The singer and file producer expressed curiosity in being mate to Sowore, including that Rabiu Ahmed Rufai, who presently occupies the place, shouldn’t be doing sufficient on the marketing campaign entrance.

Sowore’s vice presidential candidate, Rufai is a physician and public well being professional, and by advantage of his career, Duncan Mighty feels he must be educating Nigerians on how the nation’s healthcare system will be revamped.

The singer stated on Instagram, “Nigeria wants resolution specialists who’re in a position to enter the road.
“A person like Sowore wants a person like Duncan Mighty to inform him no matter you say will be accomplished.

“Somebody was telling me that Sowore already has a vice-presidential candidate and I went to his web page and realised that this man is a physician and he has solely 15 posts of images.
“He’s alleged to tell us, as a physician, that Nigeria must be the main well being nation.

“Nigeria must be that nation the place everyone from exterior ought to come have the most effective healthcare. For that reason, I’ll demand a debate.
“It’s excessive time we realise that it isn’t solely when Mr President travels that the vice-president ought to work.

“Go to Sowore’s page, you will realise that he has over 543 posts concerning how Nigeria is going to get better.”

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