2023 Election: See What Fayose Said Again That Caused Reactions Online
By Newsmogul | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 1 views
Not news again that the next Nigeria president election will hold in 2023, as the current tenure of Muhammadu Buhari will end then.
Many politicians who have the ambition of becoming the country's president have been working underground to show interest since anyone from Nigeria is qualified under the law to contest for Presidential election a political party.
The immediate past governor of Ekiti State, De. Peter Ayodele Fayose has caused reactions online has unveiled that his plan for the next presidential election.
The former governor said that he will like to be the next president of the country.
He added that the office of president is a noble one and he will like to be president if he is permitted.
Truly Fayose has served as governor for two terms in Ekiti and currently not holding any political position.
Fayose works during his tenure as governor and also tried his best to be among the best governors in Nigeria and he is also one of the opposition party critics.
Many people have been reacting to what the former governor said concerning the presidency.
Here are some of the reactions to the statement in the pictures below;
What do you also think about what the former governor said?
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