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Why Saliu, Yes Mustapha ~ Eric Daminabo Ogolo

Since time immemorial, Great leaders have been described as those who have faith in their beliefs, make hard choice, articulate a clear vision and know that the people are the key to success. According to Benjamin Duggar, “It takes a lot of time to get experience, and once you have it you ought to go on using it”.

Mallam Saliu Mustapha “Turaki’’ as widely known, has been an active player in ‘party’ politics for over two decades and has served the people in various capacities over time and this says a lot about him having the technical know-how/experience for the big job.

At an early age of twenty five, he became the National Publicity Secretary of the Progressive Liberation Party (PLP), He served as the first National Publicity Secretary of the Progressive Action Congress (PAC), a now-defunct political party.

He was at different times a prominent member of the All Peoples Party (APP) and All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP). In 2011, he was unanimously elected as the Deputy National Chairman of the Congress for Progressive Change (CPC) under the leadership of President Muhammadu Buhari, (GCFR).

49 Years old, Mallam Saliu Mustapha represents the two generation in party politics.
He is neither Old nor young but rather he is strong and filled with the wisdom of an old man. Mallam Saliu is an indigene of Kwara state with vast knowledge in mining and mineral resources, a business mogul and a philanthropist.

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His candidacy will Unite every arm and tribe in the APC mainly because of his experience and knowledge in party communication.

He speaks a variety of Nigerian languages, namely, Hausa, Yoruba, Igbo and Okun. His biography represents your ‘Not so regular politician’ but rather a man embedded with strong character and value.

Moving into 2023, A party-like Saliu is what the APC needs as a party. Mallam Saliu Mustapha will change the narrative.

Eric Daminabo Ogolo writes from Opobo Town, Rivers State.

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