Breaking: Ken Nnamani Withdraws from Presidential Race

Ken Nnamani, former senate president, has pulled out of the race to secure the presidential ticket of the All Progressives Congress (APC).

The former lawmaker announced his withdrawal during a meeting with journalists in Abuja on Monday.

He said: “In the present circumstances, it does not make any sense for me to continue in the race as I have not had the opportunity to market my profile and ideas to the delegates of our party in a manner that allow for deliberation and introspection.

“Therefore, I discontinue my aspiration and wish the party successful primary and unity of purpose so that we can win the 2023 general elections.

He noted that he will continue to engage with the party and its leadership to make sure that the ideas and values that I cherish and propagate find strong footing in the party administration and in public leadership after election.

He assured that no matter the outcome of the primary, he prays that the party does justice to the southeast that ought to present the next presidential candidate of the party.

He expressed optimism that he would be glad if any of his colleagues from the southeast vying for the office wins the primary as any of them can provide strong leadership to the country.

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