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2023 PDP Presidential Ticket: Four Northern Politicians To Watch Out

It's barely Sixteen Months to the 2023 Presidential Poll, There are indications that Top PDP Chieftains in the Northern Region are already making moves to contest for the party's 2023 Presidential Ticket. Below is a list of Four Prominent Political Gladiators to watch out 

Atiku Abubakar 

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Atiku has previously contested for Presidency on Five different occasions, The Former Vice-president who hails from Adamawa State seems to be warming up to join the 2023 Presidential Race. However, time will tell. 

Bukola Saraki 

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According to the Tribune, a close ally of Saraki, Alhaji Kawu Baraje recently gave an hint that the North-Central wants the PDP Presidential Ticket, not PDP Chairmanship Position. However, this might be an indication that Saraki, a Former Governor of Kwara State is warming to contest for President in 2023 as the North-Central is yet to produce a President since 1999

Aminu Tambuwal 

Photo Credit: The Nation

In terms of Experience, Tambuwal is well qualified to pursue a Presidential Ambition. Also, He has previously contested for the PDP Presidential Ticket in 2018 during which he emerged Second. Not giving up on his Presidential Ambition, Tambuwal might contest once again in 2023.

Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso 

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Coupled with his Large Followership, The Two-time Presidential Aspirant has enough Political Experience to run for Presidency. He has previously served as Minister, Two-term Governor and a Senator. Also, His Home State, Kano has a large voting strength. Considering all the above mentioned factors, Kwankwaso might sought for the 2023 PDP Presidential Ticket.

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