Popular Endsars Activist, Aisha Yesufu has taken to her Twitter handle to state her position as regards the upcoming Presidential Election in 2023.
Aisha Yesufu || Google.
This became paramount after she claimed that some people are fond of saying the 2015 Election that ushered in the current Administration was a mistake.
Without a doubt, Nigerians are yet to enjoy more of what they bargained for in 2015. During the 2015 election, Nigerians rested their hopes of a better Nation on President Muhammadu Buhari but insecurity and unceasing Herdsmen activities have shattered those hopes.
However, while reacting to this, Aisha Yesufu stated that those who are complaining that their decision to usher in the present Administration in 2015 was a mistake are equally saying that the re-election of that same Administration in 2019 was a mistake too.
She however made it known that for the fact that she didn't give in to such a mistake in 2015 and 2019, she won't in 2023 if God spares her life.
Was the General Election in 2015 and the re-election in 2019 a mistake?
Source: Aisha Yesufu.
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