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2023 Presidential Election: Meet Three Politicians That Might Restructure Nigeria

As Nigerians continue to look forward to the year 2023 to elect the right person to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari, some prominent politicians and personalities have either directly or indirectly disclosed interest and ambitions to become the president of Nigeria, Politicians from different parts of the country continue to show interest in running for office, leaving the public confused to see who will be the best choice for them to vote for. Any way in these articles I will make mention of three Politicians that may restructure Nigeria.

Peter Obi:

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Peter Gregory Obi, the vice-presidential candidate in the 2019 Nigerian general election under the People's Democratic Party, and former governor of Anambra State, has stated that, for any government to make money from the citizen, the government must first invest in the people and in return make money back through tax.

Peter Obi has declared his stand on restructuring. In many of his speeches, he makes it known that, apart from the fact that restructuring will really help in boosting the economy of Nigeria. The killings, banditry, and other criminal attacks that we are facing in Nigeria will not end if restructuring is not put into consideration.

Rabiu Kwankwaso.

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Unlike many Northerners, this former Governor of Kano State has a strong belief in restructuring and he may strongly do it if he is lucky enough to become the president of Nigeria. One thing is sure, Engineer Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso has a strong and reliable political structure across the Federation, and mostly in Kano State. His structure is so strong that it could be considered indispensable for any presidential candidate.

In 2018, Kwankwaso made it known that, apart from the fact that restructuring will speed up development in Nigeria, it will also strengthen the Nigerian economy and make the country prosperous.

Atiku Abubakar.

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A former Nigerian vice president and two-time presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar is still interested in presiding over the country. Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar has said Nigeria needs a leadership that would reform the economy and ensure stability. Atiku stated this on Thursday in Abuja at the 70th birthday lecture and book presentation of the Emeritus Chairman of DAAR Communications Plc, Chief Raymond Dokpesi, he added that the country also needs a leader that would unify, restructure and guarantee the security of its citizens. In my own opinion, I think if article is given the chance to become the next president he might fix Nigeria with a reason know to himself.

As a reader who among these three Politicians do you think is fit to restructure Nigeria?

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