A Woman May Succeed Buhari, Says Marwa’s Daughter

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AGAINST all odds, a woman may succeed the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), in the 2023 Presidency, a member of the All Progressives Congress Supervisory Committee on the North Central Registration and Revalidation, Hajiya Zainab Marwa-Abubakar, has said.

She, however, said Nigerian women had yet to make the decision on who among them would succeed the President.

The APC chieftain, who is the daughter of the Chairman/Chief Executive of National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, Brig. Gen.l Mohammed Marwa (retd.), expressed this optimism in Abuja on Sunday during a symposium organised by Aspire Young Women Forum to commemorate the 2021 International Women’s Day.

Asked by journalists whether she would see a woman succeeding Buhari in 2023, she said, “Right now, we have not come together yet to choose a woman that would succeed His Excellency, President Muhammadu Buhari. But why not? Anything can happen; anything is possible, but with time to come.”

Marwa-Abubakar further said, “As 2023 draws a near, I view everything with gender-coloured lenses. I believe strongly that women will answer their names, play their parts and dare to challenge the status quo which is what the UN has directed us to do this time.

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