Home / Breaking News / #FixNigeria: Bukola Saraki Officially Declares To Run For President

#FixNigeria: Bukola Saraki Officially Declares To Run For President


Bukola Saraki, former President of the Senate, has formally declared his intention to run for President.

It is no longer news that I am in the race for the @OfficialPDPNig ticket to contest for the Office of the President.

This morning at 10 am, go to launch.saraki2023.com to find out why.

You can also watch the session live on AIT and Arise Television.

Why I want to become president – Saraki officially declares

Former Senate President, Bukola Saraki, on Thursday, officially declared for the presidency, saying next year’s election presents Nigerians an important opportunity to choose hope over hopelessness.

He said while the country’s recent trajectories were nothing to write home about, Nigerians must not be despair but rise up collectively in choosing the right leader for the country during the 2023 presidential election.

The former Kwara State governor stated this at his presidential media parly in Abuja on Thursday.

He said, “This is not the time to surrender while in despair. We must rise above the division that keeps us apart.

“This is the moment we must put everything apart to save the country. This is not the country we want nor the country our founding fathers envisioned.”

He added that he will invest in skills acquisition for youths, ensure all security personnel is well renumerated, tackle insecurity, and provide favourable healthcare packages for Nigerians among others.

The Peoples Democratic Party aspirant also promised to develop policies that will keep professionals in the country and prevent brain drain.

“I know how business and government work. I know how the legislature operates. I represent a Nigerian identity that is truly diverse. I’ll be the needed bridge the country yearns for,” the presidential aspirant said.


Check Also

Abiodun Emerges Chairman, Southern Governors’ Forum

Governor Dapo Abiodun of Ogun State on Monday emerged as the Chairman of Southern Governors’ …