There are indications that the Peoples Democratic Party PDP may win some APC controlled states in 2023. This is due to the kind of relationship, that the Governors of those States are having with the Leaders of the Party, which has led to the crisis in their various States.
The APC Controlled States that PDP may win, in the forthcoming Governorship Polls, shall be discussed in this article. One of the APC controlled state, that PDP may win in 2023, is Kwara State. It should be recalled that there is crisis in Kwara APC. The Governor of the State, Adulrasaq Abdulrahman and the Minister of information, Alhaji Lai Mohammed are fighting each other, over the Leadership of the Party.
It was reliably gathered that the just concluded State Congress, rekindles the crisis in the Party. Meanwhile, PDP Leaders are mapping out strategies to defeat PDP in the forthcoming Governorship Polls.
Senator Bukola Saraki, who is one of the PDP Leader in the State, is a Leader to reckon with, in the Politics of Kwara State. This means that if the APC Leaders could not settle their grievances on time, PDP may use the avenue to defeat APC, in the forthcoming Governorship Polls.
Another APC Controlled State that may not be easy for the Party to win in 2023 Governorship Polls is Ogun State. It no more news that the Governor of Ogun State, Dapo Abiodun and his Predecessor, Ibikunle Amosun are not in good term with each other.
It was gathered that the cause of crisis between the Leaders was as a result of Leadership tussle between them. It should be recalled Governor Dapo Abiodun could not get the support of Amosun in 2019 Governorship election to become the Governor of the State.
If the crisis could not be settled on time, APC may find it difficult to win the forthcoming Governorship Polls in the State. This means that PDP Stands better chance of winning 2023 Governorship Polls in the state.
The third State that PDP may win in 2023 is Osun State. The PDP may find it very easy to defeat the ruling Party, APC, due the crisis among the Party Leaders in the State.
Apart from the fact that the Governor of the State, Gboyega Oyetola and his Predecessor, Rauf Aregbesola are fighting each other, in the State, there are some other Leaders that are also fighting Governor Oyetola.
The Former Honourable Speaker of the State House of Assembly, when Aregbesola was the Governor of the State, Rt. Honourable Najeem Salaam and the former secretary to the State Government, Moshood Adeoti are not in good terms with Governor Oyetola.
The Leaders complained of being marginalized in the Party and Governor Oyetola has not reconcile with them. If the crisis in the Party should continue like this, APC may find it difficult to win the forthcoming Governorship Polls in the state.
The Leaders of the Party, should find all means to settle the crisis in the Party, before of is too late, Otherwise PDP stands better chance to win the forthcoming Governorship Polls in the state.
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