Check-out Politicians That Might Replace Abba Kyari As Chief Of Staff Of Nigeria

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The news of the death of the Chief of Staff of Nigeria Abba Kyari on 17th March, 2020 was received with a sorrowful heart from Nigerians across the federation.
Recall that the chief of staff before his death was diagnosed with coronavirus on the 23rd March 2020.
Note that a country as big as Nigeria, in this critical moment of the pandemic  ravishing nations of the earth, cannot cope without a Chief of staff, therefore, in this article, we will be looking at 5 Politicians that may replace the deceased Abba Kyari as Chief of staff of Nigeria.


Tinubu:

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The APC national leader though being rumored to be waiting for the 2023 election of the country can still take the place of the deceased chief of staff of Nigeria.
Chief Bola Ahmed Adekunle Tinubu (born 29 March 1952) is a Nigerian politician who was elected senator for the Lagos West Constituency in Lagos State, Nigeria in 1993.
The election was just before a military take-over in December 1993. After the return to democracy, he was elected governor of Lagos State, holding office from 29 May 1999 to 29 May 2007.


He is a member of the All Progressives Congress party; he also holds both the chieftaincies of the Asiwaju of Lagos and the Jagaban of the Borgu Kingdom in Niger State, Nigeria. He has been routinely referred to as the national leader of the APC during the presidency of Muhammadu Buhari.

Ajimobi:
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Isiaka Abiola Ajimobi is a Nigerian politician from Oyo State, south-western Nigeria. He was formerly the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of the National Oil and Chemical Marketing Company a subsidiary of Shell Petroleum, Nigeria.
He left the oil sector in 2002 after 26 years and was elected in 2003 as a Senator of the Republic of Nigeria representing Oyo South Senatorial District on the platform of the Alliance for Democracy (AD).
After one term in the senate, he contested in 2007 for the governorship of Oyo state under the banner of the All Nigeria People's Party, a bid which he lost. He recontested again in the April 2011 elections under the Action Congress of Nigeria and was elected Governor of Oyo State in a closely contested vote.
Abiola Ajimobi was born on 16 December 1949 to the Ajimobi of Ibadan at Oja-Iba, Ibadan. His grandfather was Sobaloju of Ibadan Land (chief in the royal court of Ibadan). 
Ajimobi was elected as All Progressive Congress Oyo South senatorial candidate on 28 September 2018. On March 9, 2019, Ajimobi lost the Oyo South senatorial district seat to the People's Democratic Party (Nigeria) Kola Balogun.

Shetimma:

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Kashim Ibrahim Shettima (born 2 September 1966) is a current Senator and the former governor of Borno State. Kashim Shettima was born in Maiduguri, Borno State, Nigeria to the family of Sir Kashim Ibrahim. 
He studied at the University of Maiduguri and earned a Degree (BSc) in Agricultural Economics in 1989.
From 2007 to 2011, he served as Commissioner in 5 Ministries. In the January 2011 ANPP primaries, Engineer Modu Fannami Gubio was selected as a candidate for the governorship.
However, Gubio was later shot dead by gunmen, and Shettima was selected in a second primary in February 2011. In the 26 April 2011 elections, Shettima won with 531,147 votes while the People's Democratic Party (PDP) candidate, Muhammed Goni, gained 450,140 votes.
He was Commissioner of Local Governments and Chieftaincy Affairs (2008), Education (2009), Agriculture and Natural Resources and finally to the Ministry of Health from where he contested the Governorship in 2011 which he won under the platform of the now-defunct All Nigeria Peoples Party, ANPP and was inaugurated on May 29, 2011.
He won reelection in 2015 under the All Progressives Congress, APC and was unambiguously chosen as Chairman of the Northern States Governors' Forum, an umbrella body of Governors in the 19 States located in northern Nigeria. He has so far been driving key changes in the affairs of the forum with a focus on promoting northern unity and reviving ailing industries belonging to the northern States.
As Governor of Borno State, he has efficiently managed challenges arising from the Boko Haram insurgency which he inherited in 2011. With the approval of the National Security Adviser and the Nigerian Army in 2013, his government formalized the establishment of youth volunteers called the Civilian JTF.
In February 2019 he became the winner of the Borno Central Senatorial District election, thereby replacing Senator Babakaka Bashir. Borno Central Senatorial District comprises eight local government areas, including Maiduguri, Jere, Konduga, Bama, Mafa, Dikwa, Ngala and Kala Balge.

Oyegun:

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John Odigie Oyegun is a Nigerian politician who served as the first national chairman of All Progressives Congress in Nigeria. He was also the Executive Governor of Edo State between 1992 and 1993, during the aborted Nigerian Third Republic.
Oyegun led then opposition APC and Muhammad Buhari to victory in 2015 after defeating the ruling People's Democratic Party, PDP and President Goodluck Jonathan. It was the first time an incumbent president and a ruling party was defeated in a presidential poll in Nigeria.
Chief John Oyegun was elected as civilian governor of Edo State on the SDP platform, during the transition to democracy launched by General Ibrahim Babangida and served from January 1992 to November 1993. He was removed from office after General Sani Abacha seized power. Later, he became a leader of the All Nigeria Peoples Party (ANPP). In 2009 he was chairman of the Technical Working Committee of CODER.
On 13 June 2014 Odigie-Oyegun was elected as national chairman of the APC. Bola Tinubu of Lagos State, the APC national leader, is thought to have played an important role in the decision.
Odigie-Oyegun stepped down from the office of the National Chairman of the party by not seeking re-election for a second term in office at the 2018 elective national convention of the party leaving Adams Oshiomhole his opponent the sole candidate for the position.


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