The 2019 general election conducted in Nigeria elicited lots of bad feelings, rhetorical questions and arguments on the conduct of elections. Prior to the election, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) claimed it could employ electronic servers for transmission of election results from every Polling Units.
The recent defection of some members of the House of Representatives from the People's Democratic Party to the All Progressive Congress (APC) highlights the fact that politicians can move from one political party to the other if they think they are being sidelined or cheated in the affairs of the party.
It is a known fact that, the Peoples Democratic Party PDP is facing serious challenges throughout the federation. The Party has experienced mass defection which has affected the the progress of the Party. Most Governors and Senators that won elections under the Platform of the Party have dumped the Party for the ruling Party, APC.
The Igbo Chieftaincy titles are always conferred on great men and women who have distinguished themselves in business, politics or in their professional career. For some years, the Igbo community have conferred few northerners who have made impact in politics and business. In this article, I will be revealing to you prominent northerners who have been conferred with Chieftaincy titles from the Igbo community.
Ahead of the 2023 presidential poll, certain names have continued to dominate the list of potential candidates for the People's Democratic Party (PDP), and among these names are that of former senate president, Abubakar Bukola Saraki and former vice president, Atiku Abubakar. In fact in a recent Punch news report, some members of the PDP in Katsina state declared their support for Saraki's presidency in 2023.
The issue of flood has become a matter of general concern in the year 2021. All over the world, there are reports of areas affected or hit by serious flood in recent days. In areas it affects, there are records of loss of lives and properties.
[Opinion] Check Out Reasons Atiku Will Make A Good President, If He Is Given A Chance To Run Nigeria
Photo Credit: Google To me, Mr. Atiku Abubakar will make a difference in government if he was going to be given a chance to run Nigeria again. This is because he is experienced having served as an ex-vice president of Nigeria. Going to the seat of power the second time will make him a better leader than others, who may be going in for the first time.
As the 2023 Presidential Election is fast approaching, various major politicians have been identified as prospective Presidential Aspirants. Notable among them are 1. Atiku Abubakar, Alhaji Atiku, who is 74 years old, has risen to the top of the business and political worlds. After 20 years in the Customs Service, he started his own business, which he successfully ran before venturing into politics.
Photo Credit: Atiku Page As the 2023 presidential election approaches, politicians are in top preparations. The former Vice President of Nigeria, Atiku Abubakar is among the political heavyweights likely to contest in the Presidential election. However, Atiku's son has stated clearly that his father will be contesting in the election.
As each day passes by, political parties and politicians are making moves that would enable them to triumph in the forthcoming 2023 general elections. Photo Credit: Vanguardngr Meanwhile, although it appears like the main opposition party, People's Democratic Party PDP, may not be in a good position to successfully challenge the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC at the presidential poll owing to the defection of many PDP bigwigs into the APC, with the recent political scenario playing out in the country, former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar may emerge as Nigeria's President if he decides to run on the PDP's platform in 2023.
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) needs a politician that has vibrancy and the ability to take the party back to its old form as the party gets close to another general election. The opposition party ( PDP) used to be the most important political party in Nigeria during the beginning of the fourth republic.
President Muhammadu Buhari. As the 2023 Presidential Election draws closer, the Race for the PDP Presidential Ticket has commenced in earnest even though the Election is about 18months away from now. Top Politicians within the opposition party are already making moves to emerge as it's Flagbearer come 2023.
The filing of a suit against the defection of Zamfara state Governor, Bello Matawalle by the People's Democratic Party PDP, has began to generate diverse reactions from some Nigerians and politicians across the country. Photo Credit: Premiumtimes In particular, the Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo on Wednesday, had advised the PDP leadership to forget about achieving any success in its suit against Matawalle, because it holds no water.
As the 2023 Presidential Election is fast approaching, some prominent Politicians have been named as potential Presidential Aspirants, Notable among them are: (1) Rotimi Amaechi The 55 Years old Businessman turned Politician is a Founding Member of the All Progressive Congress (APC) in the state.
2023 is supposed to be the year when Nigeria would have an Igbo president since the end of military rule in 1999. Since then, the nation has had presidents from the north, southwest, and south south. The southeast which is one of the major ethnic groups in the country has not gotten to the position yet.
Peter Gregory Obi, a Nigerian businessman and core politician who hails from Anambra State. He was a former Governor of Anambra State and also 2019 vice president candidate (Nigerian general election, under PDP). The Politician was born on the 16th of July 1961, which automatically signifies today to be his Birthday.
Opinion: 2023 Presidential Election: Top 3 Political Gladiators That May Emerge As Nigeria's Next President
As the 2023 general elections gathers momentum, the Race over who occupies Aso Rock come 2023 has become a trending topic among Nigerians. Below is the Top 3 Likely Successors of President Muhammadu Buhari 1. Atiku Abubakar Alhaji Abubakar is an Ex-Civil Servant, Businessman and Politician.
Disabled Man Presents Hand Made Shoe to Atiku, Gets Capital to Promote Business (See Photos & Video)
It became a thing of joy and one of the best moment in the life of a disabled young man who was brought to the former Vice President of Nigeria, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar. The reason for the visit was to present him with a shoe he made for him.
The 2023 elections is almost two years away, but election matters are already occupying almost every front page of leading newspapers. The highly anticipated elections would produce a new president. The incumbent President, Buhari would complete his tenure in 2023. The President who was first elected in 2015 defeated Atiku Abubakar of the PDP in 2019 to clinch a second term.
Despite the fact that the 2023 Presidential Elections are not scheduled to take place anytime soon, The anticipated vacancy is gaining traction, with prominent politicians in the country already expressing interest in succeeding President Muhammadu Buhari. Among those vying for the PDP presidential nomination are: 1.