A chieftain of the All Progressive Congress, APC, in Imo State, Hon Kizito Nwachukwu has said Governor Hope Uzodimma may lose some of his political foot-soldiers to the opposition, Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in the State, if he fails to engage them effectively for the good of his administration.
With a view to retaining the mantle of leadership of Nigeria for the third time in a row, the leadership of the All Progressive Congress (APC) will try to capture most of the states in Nigeria before the actual forthcoming presidential election. Despite the efforts of the leaders of the party, there are still some states that will be difficult for the ruling party to capture before the year 2023 presidential election.
As we approach 2023 election, the All Progressive Congress, APC in Rivers State may face another round of defeat in the forthcoming election if the party fails to put its house in order (talking about the crisis in the party). As you may know, the party has been facing internal crisis since 2019 as the party was divided into factions.
While People Of Anambra State Prepare For Governorship Election, Primate Ayodele Drops A Hint On What May Happen And Party To Win
If the statement of Primate Elijah Ayodele is anything to go by, the All Progressive Congress obviously have no chance of coming close to winning the November 6 governorship election in Anambra State. The election which is expected to usher-in a new Governor in the state has been one of the major topic of discussions in the media in the recent times.
The States Congress of the All Progressive Congress conducted across the country last week has brutally exposed several cracks in the wall of the party and has now confirmed that all is not really well with the ruling party. This however is not the first time the party will be inaundated with crisis especially when the country is advancing towards an electioneering period.
Muhammadu Buhari became president of Nigeria in 2015 and after his first four years in office, he was re-elected as president for yet another four years in 2019. Buhari's second tenure will soon come to an end and by this time in 2023, we would be having another person occupying the seat of the president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
As the build-up to the general elections in Nigeria continues to take several fascinating twists and turns, Rivers state have become the cynosure of all eyes. The state is considered by many analysts as the political capital of the south-south region of Nigeria. There is no doubt that Rivers state, is currently on the radar of the ruling All Progressive Congress party in the country.
Credit: Tribune. Following the crisis that marred the All Progressive Congress (APC) state Congress that was held in Osun states last weeks, the party in a bid to mend fences with aggrieved members who held parallel congresses set up an Appeal Committee to look into the grievances of warring factions in the state.
The governor of Edo State Governor Godwin Nogheghase Obaseki was elected for a second term in office as Edo State governor last year. Before the election, the All Progressive Congress, APC denied the governor ticket to contest as its flag bearer. Consequently, the governor decamped to the People's Democratic Party, PDP, and won the election.
Photo Credit: Google The leaders of the opposition party tried to defeat the ruling party in the previous presidential election, but things did not go as they planned because the candidates of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) suffered a defeat when facing the All Progressive Congress (APC) in the last presidential election.
The Saturday's parallel congress the All Progressive Congress conducted in Akwa Ibom State has left a lot of comments circulating online, as publication of false names of candidates were published online despite the party had already released names of the authentic State Executives of the party. Photo credit: Vanguard
The People’s Democratic Party, PDP, have revived their hopes of reclaiming power they lost at the centre in 2015 by 2023, following the alleged crack in the ruling All Progressive Congress, APC. PDP Governors’ Forum also reiterated that the platform will help the party return to power at the federal level in 2023.
Former Senate President and All Progressive Congress chieftain, Ken Nnamani has revealed why Obasanjo's third term ambition was aborted. (Photo Credit - Google) Ken Nnamani, an Igbo leader from the South East was Senate President during the second term administration of former President Olusegun Obasanjo.
The All Progressive Congress (APC) Appeals Committee for Ogun State has given 48 hours to aggrieved members of the party to submit their petitions or hold their peace. This is coming as the Hon. Patrick Obahiagbon led Committee begins sitting and revealed that it is yet to receive any petition since the Congress held on Saturday October 16, 2021.
For everything to go as planned for the members of the All Progressive Congress (APC), the leaders of the party need to eradicate any form of Internal crises that are looming like harmattan fire in some states that the party controls currently. The All Progressive Congress (APC) may be the ruling party currently, but there are some things that can dwindle the power of the party ahead of the most anticipated 2023 presidential election.
Photo Credit: Google The leaders of the All Progressive Congress (APC) can take a bold step ahead of the upcoming presidential election in order to avoid massive defections of the members of the party to the opposition party ahead of the upcoming presidential election in the year 2023.
The All Progressive Congress (APC) is on the verge of retaining the mantle of leadership in Nigeria for the third time in a row since year twenty fifteen that the party has taken over. In order to achieve this tremendous plan, the leaders of the ruling party can field two southern politicians as the flag bearer of the party in the year 2023 presidential election.
It had been reported that some state officials and members of the People Democratic Party, PDP, in Yobe State has defected to the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC), according to a report from Vanguard Newspaper. Photo credit: Content 101 Without wasting much of your time, the two high-ranked and important officials of the party (PDP) that defected to the APC are:
2023 Presidential Election: One Thing That Might Happen In APC If PDP Wins The Forthcoming Elections
With evidence that the 2023 presidential election is fast approaching, The available indication has shown that All Progressive Congress APC are doing everything possible to retain the seat of Predient, there is no doubt that the forthcoming 2023 presidential election, is expected to be a battle between the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), and Nigeria’s main opposition party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
David Oluwafemi Adewunmi Abdulateef Fani-Kayode, who is a Nigerian politician, essayist, poet, and a lawyer, has taken to his official Twitter handle to reveal that Nigerians would be taking their first step to national redemption when they appreciate the fact that there are foreign powers and forces that are seeking to divide the country.