All things being equal,Nigeria is set to make history on Monday as Pan African Parliament (PAP) legislators seem to have resolved to back the candidacy of Hon. Bethel Nnaemeka Amadi to replace Hon. Moussa Idriss Ndele as President of the Pan African Parliament. Amadi,a member of Nigeria’s House of Representatives is currently the first of four Vice Presidents of the Pan African Parliament.
He is an MP representing Mbaitoli/Ikeduru Federal Constituency, Imo State in the House of Representatives and belongs to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).The three year tenure of Hon. Ndele, an MP from Chad comes to an end on Monday, when the election for new office holders will be held at the headquarters of the PAP in Midrand, South Africa.
The five regional causes (East, West, North, Central and South) of the PAP met Thursday, to select candidates for the positions of President and the four Vice Presidents.Hon Bethel Amadi the current 1st Vice President looks set to win having emerged from the primaries of the Western African Caucus held on Thursday between Nigeria and Burkina Faso