Hamza Al-Mustapha, a former aide to the late Sani Abacha has said that his loyalty to Nigeria is the reason why he is running for the position of President come 2023.
Al-Mustapha who is the Presidential Candidate of the Action Alliance (AA) in the 2023 general election made the statement on Friday while showing up as a visitor on Channels Television’s Politics Today.
Al-Mustapha who is Presidential Candidate of the Action Alliance (AA) expressed this on Friday when he showed up as a visitor on Channels Television’s Politics Today.
“I chose this time around to pay all due respects to the calls of numerous Nigerian elderly folks and more youthful ones from the North toward the South and various partners with whom I have worked with, to acknowledge the call and to challenge.
“The enthusiasm we have for this nation is considerably more as in the difficulties we face yesterday and the profound appreciation for where we are today, is for just the people who really care.
“It is that feeling of mindfulness, that responsibility driven by the energy of enthusiasm that carried us to the front to confront governmental issues, ” Major Al-Mustapha affirmed.
While reaffirming that he isn’t in the presidential race for monetary profits as some would surmise, the Action Alliance’s flagbearer said various information show that Nigeria is an extremely terrible spot right now and thusly, serious Nigerians are expected to reposition the country.
“Throughout the previous a long time since I emerged from jail, we have been embraced explores all through Nigeria, and our discoveries are very upsetting.
“What each serious Nigerian ought to do right presently is to comprehend the immensity of the issues confronting Nigeria,” the AA presidential candidate thought.
Adding that “the new world request is changing and we are not changing, the world is running with the moon and we are not, individuals are flying with the breeze and we are not; time has changed and we stay stale.”
Talking on his connection with General Sani Abacha, Al-Mustapha said he has no lament working with the late military tyrant.
“I have no lament, when you enlist in the military, you ought to be liberal to work anyplace.”
The retired major said it was his own fate that took him to where he served and that any place he went to, he presented with extraordinary tirelessness, passing on records that are permanent so that ages might see.
Al-Mustapha, in any case, noticed that he would have no desire to zero in exclusively on his work with Abacha, yet would prefer to take a gander at how he has given his life in support of the country, and how he is as yet yearning to deliver magnanimous assistance for the country.