The tenure of President Muhammed Buhari will be coming to an end in May 2024. That is why the general election will bring in the next president after president Buhari will be held in 2023.
One of the major topics that are been extensively discussed as the general elections approaches is the youth presidency. Many Nigerians have come to believe that the time for the youth to take up political positions such
There have been moves by several youths in the country to contest the presidential election in 2023, youths like Yul Edochie, Sowore, Aisha Yesufu, Yahaya Bello, and many others have allegedly started making moves as regards that.
The main thing we should all understand is the fact that the position of the president requires one who has deep political experiences to know his/her way around things.
One can not wake up without serving in one position or the other whether at the state or federal level and starts nursing ambitions for the presidency.
I know a lot of people may think otherwise but without sentiment, the office of the president requires a wealth of experience in politics.
Dear readers, do you think the youth presidency will be the best option for Nigeria to come to 2023 or not?
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