Former Governor of Cross River, Donald Duke says the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) cannot zone his constitutional rights.

Duke, speaking on The Osasu Show, admitted he had always wanted to be president since 2005.

“I have had interest in the presidency since 2005. It has always been there. The reason is that there is a certain level of frustration; we seem not to be making the requisite progress we ought to be making as a nation and we all know that we are better than what we are today.

“And to me, the answers to our problems are not far-fetched. What I find missing is the will to make it happen and this is what I bring to the table.

“When you see the problems we are having, whether it is Boko Haram, the militancy, the kidnapping it is all born of the fact that …people are discontent and the discontent is a result of not being able to fend for oneself. So, we have to address the productivity. If every Nigerian were productive, believe me, we won’t have Boko Haram,” Duke said.Read More

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2019: Donald Duke warns PDP over zoning, insists on presidential ticket