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2023: Presidency reacts to Mamman Daura’s touch upon energy shift

The Presidency has reacted to the placement of Mamman Daura, President Muhammadu Buhari’s nephew, on energy shift forward of 2023 normal elections.

DAILY POST recollects that Mamman Daura, an in depth relative of President Muhammadu Buhari had on Tuesday, whilst reacted to claims via Nigerians that he dictates and imposes choices at the President all the way through an interview with BBC Hausa Provider, said that Nigerians will have to all the time opt for competence in choosing their leaders.

The Presidency in a remark signed via Garba Shehu, Buhari’s aide on Media and Exposure, stated Mamman best spoke for himself.

The remark stated, “Now we have gained a lot of requests for feedback at the interview granted via Malam Mamman Daura, President Muhammadu Buhari’s nephew to the BBC Hausa Provider.

“It is vital that we state from the onset that as discussed via the interviewee, the perspectives expressed had been non-public to him and didn’t, whatsoever, mirror that of both the President or his management.

“At age 80, and having served as editor and managing director of one in all this nation’s maximum influential newspapers, the New Nigerian, unquestionably, Malam Mamman qualifies as an elder statesman with a countrywide responsibility to carry views and disseminate them as assured below our charter and rules of the land. He does no longer want the permission or clearance of any individual to workout this proper.

“In an try to flow into the content material of the interview to a much broader target market, the English translation obviously did no justice to the interview, which used to be granted in Hausa, and in consequence, the context used to be blended up and new meanings had been presented and/or no longer correctly articulated.

“The problems mentioned all the way through the interview, centred round issues on how the rustic may delivery an acceptable strategy of political discussion, resulting in an analysis, review and a democratic result that will serve the most efficient pastime of the common Nigerian regardless of the place they arrive from.

“Those problems stay on the center of our evolving and younger democracy, and as a veteran journalist, student and statesman, Malam Mamman has noticed sufficient so as to add his voice to these of many different members.”

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