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(OPINION) 4 Nigerian Women Who Are Suitable To Contest For A Political Seat By 2023

Senator Abidoun Olujimi

Nigerian lawmaker Senator Abiodoun Olujimi is a renowned senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, representing Ekiti South Constituency. In 2005, she was elected as the Deputy Governor of Ekiti State with Governor Ayo Fayose, she is often regarded as one of the most experienced female politician in Nigeria, and we all sure she will definitely get a political seat by 2023.

Natasha Hadiza Akpoti

Natasha Hadiza Akpoti is a Nigerian barrister, social entrepreneur and politician who was born on the 9th December 1979. In 2019, she opted-in for the post of Kogi Central Senatorial District seat under Social Democratic Party (SDP), she also contested for the Kogi State Governorship election which was help on the 16th November, 2019, all of which she lost. But despite her defeat, she is regarded as a fearless woman who stood by the truth, and we are hoping she would contest for a political seat by 2023.

Senator Aishatu Dahiru Ahmed

Aishatu Dahiru Ahmed also known as Binani, is a renowned Nigerian senator of the All Progressive Congress (APC), she is representing Adamawa Central Senatorial District, even though she started politics in 2015, she has already made a good impression on all Nigerians.

Gbemisola Ruqayyah Saraki

Gbemi Saraki is the current Minister of State for Transportation of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, she was appointed on 21st of August 2019 by President Muhammadu Buhari. In 2011, she contested for the governorship election in Kwara State under the ACPN party, but lost the election to Abdul Fatah Ahmed (PDP). Her political careers are quite interesting, and we think she would definitely go for a political seat by 2023.

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