As realignment continues ahead of 2023 governorship election in Kogi state, available indicators have shown that Natasha Akpoti of SDP may return to win Kogi governorship election in 2023 after she failed to actualize her dream of ruling Kogi State in 2019.
Natasha may not have succeeded in winning 2019 Kogi governorship election but she was able to make name for herself as someone who is courageous and refused to allow the society definition of her gender to limit her. She has demonstrated that she is a strong woman capable of changing the narrative in Kogi politics.
Akpoti who was the second runner up of the Kogi governorship election will no longer be a novice when she return to wrestle power with men in 2023. She has already identified her lapses and working on them to get it corrected ahead of 2023 governorship race.
Natasha Akpoti is loved by the people of the state due to her constant stand against what is going on in Kogi which she believed aren't what the people of the state bargained for.
After all the attacks during the last governorship election and till refuse to bow out, when she return in 2023, Natasha Akpoti will surely enjoy sympathy votes across the state which will definitely make her to achieve her aim of ruling Kogi State.
Despite the fact that she could not win the governorship election, Natasha Akpoti still poll more supporters and followers across the state due to her different intervention programmes to help the people of the state.
All these are believed to be preparatory ground ahead of 2023 governorship election in Kogi State for Natasha Akpoti to return and set the pace as the first elected female Governor in Nigeria.
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