Founder of Latter Rain Assembly, Pastor Tunde Bakare, has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to be interested in who becomes his successor so as to preserve his legacy.
President Buhari has severally said he does not wish to be part of the conversation for his successor when he leaves office in 2023.
But in his state-of-the-nation broadcast on Sunday, Bakare tasked the President to be involved in the process, adding that the dreams of the nation’s founding fathers’ “must keep us awake to our responsibilities as co-builders.”
He said: “We must also run inclusive structures that bridge transgenerational and gender gaps to ensure that the baton of success is passed on from one generation to another.
“…as the government of President Muhammadu Buhari ushers us into the second decade of the 21st century, the third pivotal objective of governance should be to build a strong post-Buhari legacy facilitated by accurate succession.
“Therefore, even as we build institutions of democratic governance, a key responsibility that history has bestowed on President Muhammadu Buhari at this turning point in our journey to nationhood is to institutionalise systems of accurate succession that will build and sustain the Nigeria we desire. This is a task that must be done.”
Bakare had in 2018 said during his church service that he would succeed President Buhari.
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Bakare, in the video which resurfaced in 2019, said God had prepared him for the nation’s top job for more than 30 years.
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