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2023 Presidential Race: Four Serving PDP and APC Governors To Watch Out

As the Race to Succeed President Muhammadu Buhari in 2023 gathers momentum, There are Serving PDP and APC Governors who may join the 2023 Presidential Race. They include 


Aminu Tambuwal (PDP)

According to a report by the Cable News, Tambuwal is one of the Northern Politicians eyeing the 2023 PDP Presidential Ticket. The PDP Governors Forum Chairman has a vast experience in Politics, he has previously served as Speaker of the House of Representatives and presently, Tambuwal is a Second-term Governor in Sokoto State.

Bala Mohammed (PDP)

It is in the public domain that the North-East yet to produce a President since 1999. According to a report by the Vanguard in July, The Bauchi State Governor Revealed the the PDP has granted him a waiver to run for President. He is One of the few Political Elites who have been a Senator, Minister and Governor. Thus, he is an experienced Politician. 

David Umahi (APC)

Since 1999, The South-East is yet to occupy both Presidential and Vice-Presidential Positions. It will be recalled that Umahi dumped the PDP for the APC in November 2020 after he accused the opposition party of trying to zone it's 2023 to the North. There are indications that the Ebonyi State Governor might join the Race for the APC Presidential Ticket.

Yahaya Bello (APC)

Even though Yahaya Bello is yet to make a public declaration, Some Northern Groups have called on him to join the 2023 Presidential Race. The Kogi State Governor is the Youngest Serving Governor in Nigeria at the moment. Due to the marginalization of the North-Central since 1999, Bello might join the Race to Succeed President Muhammadu Buhari in 2023.

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