Former Borno state governor and All Progressive Congress vice presidential candidate, Senator Kashim Shettima has scored 9/10 on the score card of the Nigerian Bar Association, NBA for presenting issues itching on the fabric of needs in the assessment of Nigeria’s current situation and the solution needed for a return to stability.
The Labour party Presidential candidate and former Governor of Anambra state closely followed with 8/10 while the PDP presidential candidate and former vice president under the Obasanjo’s administration, Atiku Abubakar took the back bench with 6/10 to return home.
Headlinenews.news gathered that, while the lawyers deliberated over the score cards, they agreed that listening to Senator Kashim Shettima at the just concluded NBA program with other presidential candidates in which he represented his principal, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, one will realize Tinubu the APC flag bearer made the right choice of picking a genius from Borno State as his running mate.
Senator Kashim Shettima is much stronger in statistics than the voice Peter Obi or the infested serial presidential runner for the PDP.
A voice from the olive branch reveals that Kashim Shettima will make APC and Nigeria proud as the VP of the Federal Republic of Nigeria with his brilliant presentations, something Tinubu saw before others.
“In a lighter mood, Shettima can do the critics a favour, by getting rid of some of his old Zenith Bank suits to make his critics happy.” A Lawyer who spoke from a grapevine suggested. “Kashim Shettima was more precise and factual than the rest with his brilliant presentations.” He observed.
According to him, Atiku apart from his nice suit and clean shaven head need not be there. He was too slow to see the facts around him.
“Peter Obi still remain the social media candidate with no strong figures at the grassroots, his statistics are scary to understand, his views were similar to that of President Obasanjo, glad he finally mentioned State and City Police, a program he had never mentioned and that was when his score went up to 8/10 otherwise, it would have been 6/10 on the same level with Atiku.” He said.
He however observed that other candidates on the stage made no impact and just wondered why they were invited or allowed to speak at all.