Nigeria will hold her next Presidential Election in 2023, and many politicians have been jostling to succeeding the incumbent President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari. President Buhari who has been in power since 2015, is not eligible to run for 2023 Presidency. The ruling All Progressive Congress will be looking forward to present another candidate to Nigerians. However, the top contestants in Nigeria General Election over the years are the Peoples Democratic Party and the All Progressive Congress candidates. But we opine APC and PDP may lose to AGPA. Well, let’s find out how.Picture: PDP Logo (left) and APC Logo (right)
If you have been following the trends in 2023 Presidency, one of the most asked questions is, which zone should the Presidency come from? The 6 Geopolitical zones want the Presidency, but at the end of the day, one person will emerge winner from one of the zones in Nigeria.Picture: PDP Logo
Recall that the Igbo Socio-Cultural group has called on National Party leaders of the ruling APC and PDP to consider using the zoning system so that the next President of Nigeria will come from the South-East region.
Likewise the Yorubas who have opted for a South-West president, with Chief Bola Tinubu looking likely to pick that APC ticket if it goes through. And Alhaji Atiku Abubakar is most likely to be PDP flag bearer.Picture: APC Logo
The South-East and South-South zone may decide to pull out of APC and PDP, and form alliance with APGA. APGA is one of the top parties that can oppose APC and PDP in Nigeria General Elections. When this is done, some top politicians in other parties may decide to unite with the renowned APGA in order to secure their political interest.
APC and PDP will lose many of their supporters as some top politicians in the Northern region may defect to AGPA, thereby leading to the fall of APC and PDP in 2023 Presidency.Picture: APGA logo
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