Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr Chris Ngige has made it known that he cannot campaign or support any of the four Front Runners for the seat of president.
The minister who was at Alo, his hometown in Idemili Local Government Area of Anambra state said the four frontliners were his friends, having worked with them at one point or another so supporting one to the exclusion of the others is a No-No.
Nigerians he advised should vote for any of them since they were very good candidates with cognate experience in governance.
In his reaction, Publisher, Eagle Online, Dotun Oladipo said it is what he will describe as the pronouncement of a man who wanted to say it as it is.
He said the events that led to the APC primaries left so many people bitter.
He stated that President Buhari has tried to run the party by allowing people to make their decisions.
Mr Dotun recalled that in the days of former president Obasanjo and the PDP the kind of events that occurred before the APC primaries would not have happened in the PDP, where there were so many candidates going for the expression of Interest form and nomination form.
Speaking further, Publisher, Metro star, Emeka Madunagwu said Ngige is unhappy as he was a sitting minister who was made to stand behind a former senator in the battle for the control of the APC in Anambra state.
Ngige was the one who literarily brought APC to Anambra state but today he is just an ordinary member of the party.