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2 Things That May Happen In The 2023 Presidential Election After Saraki's Statement To The Youths

In a recent speech, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, a former President of the Nigerian Senate, stressed the importance of the duty that young people have when competing for public office in the country.


According to Senate President Bukola Saraki, who spoke at an independence day gathering with young people in Abuja, any young person seeking to compete in Nigeria's existing political system faces tremendous obstacles due to the limits imposed by the current election system, according to a source.


As a result of Saraki's statement to the youth, I'd want to discuss two things that I believe are likely to occur in the 2023 Presidential Election as a result of his remarks.

 

The following are examples of things that could happen during the election:

 

1. The Young People Will Be Better Prepared For The Presidential Election In 2023 Than They Are Now


If I understand what Saraki said correctly, he is attempting to prepare Nigerian youths for the 2023 Presidential Election, which would take place in the country. He has simply advised the youths on what they should do and be aware of in the run-up to the 2023 Presidential election.

 

 

 

2. They May Receive Less Support From Nigerian Young People During The 2023 Election

 

By now, Nigerians should have given a second thought about what Saraki said and will be guided by his words. Since Saraki has instructed them not to vote if they are not of good value and are not competitive in running a presidential election. Since Saraki said they are too young to run in the 2023 presidential election, they will prefer not to even bother themselves with running for office. I think by this the youth might give less support or participate in the upcoming election.

 


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