Senate president and People's Democratic Party (PDP) presidential aspirant, Bukola Saraki has described President Muhammadu Buhari as an ''analogue president''.

He expressed this stance earlier today (September 17th) during a meeting with PDP elders and stakeholders in Lagos state.

Saraki referred to President Buhari as an ''analogue president''

Speaking at the meeting, Saraki said the president is not abreast of the new world social order and said it won't be in the best interest of the country to re-elect an ''analogue president in a digital era.''

He also lamented the failure of the All Progressives Congress (APC) to advance its change mantra in several areas of the polity, saying the party failed to push ahead with the programme to restructure the country as championed by the party.

Saraki was in Lagos to secure the party leaders and delegates' support ahead of the party's presidential primary election.

He pointed put that with the array of presidential aspirants coming out under the PDP, the burden is now on the delegates to make a good choice.

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''There is a new world order that is out here. A new world order that requires a new type of leadership. A new order that requires a president that is mobile, digital, that has a vision, that can plan for his people and has a destination he is taking people to,'' Saraki stated.

Saraki, whose wife is from Lagos state, urged delegates to support him since he is a Lagos boy haven spent his early life in the state.

He then promised to provide the party with the political manual to win Lagos state in the 2019 governorship election, should he win the party's presidential ticket.