As the 2023 General Election gathers momentum, Governor Babagana Zulum of Borno State is One of the Competent Politicians that the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) should consider for it's Vice-presidential Ticket if the party wants to have an edge over the opposition PDP.
Even though the Academician came into politcal limelight in 2015 as as the pioneer Commissioner for Reconstruction, Resettlement and Rehabilitation in Borno State and was elected as Governor of Borno State in 2019, In the last Two years when he assumed office, Zulum has built a national reputation for himself in the political circle and beyond.
Despite the Insecurity in the State, Zulum is highly rated in performance, he is making giant strides across the nook and cranny of the State.
In my opinion, If the APC eventually settle for Zulum as it's 2023 Vice-presidential Candidate, The party stands a better chance of getting the majority of the Votes in the North.
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