Ubah, a lawmaker representing Anambra South argued on Monday, May 8 that if the South-East produces the next leader of the upper lawmaking body, it would help in uniting the country especially after the party didn’t zone the presidency or vice president to the South East
“For me and our people from the South-East, we are still very strong in contesting for the office of the Senate President of Nigeria for the 10th Senate. That is our position for now,” he said on Channels Television’s Politics Today.
“So, in the course of consultation, we would continue to update Nigerians about our position. But for now, I am still in this studio, the position of the South-East caucus [of the Senate] is that we are going to contest for the Senate President of Nigeria.”
Senator Ubah maintained that South-East senators have agreed that the position should come to the region.
“That is our position for now,” he said, listing Orji Kalu and Osita Izunaso as capable of taking the post.
Despite the South-East giving the ruling APC the least votes in the 2023 presidential election, Senator Ubah argued that for the sake of fairness, there should be a “balance of the equation” in the distribution of key positions in Nigeria.