Senator Kabiru Gaya of the All Progressives Congress (APC) says he is still in the race for the Deputy President of the Senate.
Gaya, who made this known while instructions newsmen on Friday in Abuja, said however the All Progressives Congress(APC) had not made its position known on who to support for the position, he was hopeful to be picked by the party.
On worry that he probably won’t get the party’s underwriting in light of the fact that he is from same locale with the main resident, President Muhammadu Buhari, Gaya said it was not a cause for concern.
As indicated by him, there is no dread of imbalance or minimization of different locales on the grounds that the party has zoned Speakership of the House of Representatives toward the South West.
He said he was not against administrators from the South being conspicuously spoken to in the senate.
He, nonetheless, focused on that he worked enthusiastically during the general decisions to guarantee that APC won in practically all Local Government Areas (LGAs) under his voting public and ought to be considered.
“The party has not zoned the position yet but rather I figure it should search internally.
“On the dread of disproportion, we have Senate president zoned toward the North and speaker toward the south, so I think delegate leader of the senate originating from north west is reasonable enough.
“I am not denying anyone from the South from being in our group yet for the situation of Deputy Senate President, I figure it ought to be given to South West.
“Other than in the National Assembly we don’t talk district, party or religion. We are legislators of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and that is the thing that issues,” he said.
The legislator likewise announced help for Sen. Ahmad Lawan’s Senate Presidency offer, saying they would make a decent team.
He further stated, “as far as experience, I might suspect I am all around set to take the position, being a positioning congressperson and previous representative among different focal points that I have.
Gaya, anyway said he approved of any choice the party thought of, including that he would take it in great destiny should the gathering not support him.
“In the event that the party does not zone the appointee senate president to North West I will approve of it yet I need the party to do equity in front of 2030,” he said.
Gaya is one of the five representatives choose, who have demonstrated enthusiasm for running for the situation of the Deputy President of the Senate on June 11 when the ninth National Assembly will be initiated.