The forthcoming presidential election in Nigeria has raised many arguments and misunderstandings across the nation. A lot of regions, political groups and parties are having different opinions over the 2023 presidency. (Akeredolu. Credit: Afrikinfo). The Southern Governors Forum led by Governor Rotimi Akeredolu has insisted that the Southern region must produce the next president of Nigeria.
The 2023 presidential election has caused a lot of misunderstandings and arguments among different regions within the country. The Southern Governors forum has insisted that the Southern part of Nigeria will produce the next president in 2023. (Southern Governors. Credit: Infogist) However, Hakeem Ahmed-Baba (Spokesman of Northern Elders Forum) countered this decision taken by the Southern Governors forum over the 2023 Presidency.
The 2023 presidency has raised a lot of arguments within the nation because different regions believe that they should produce the next president of Nigeria. The Northern Governors forum rejected the decision of Southern leaders to zone the 2023 Presidency to the Southern region. (Southern Governors. Credit: Infogist).
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The 2023 presidential election has raised a lot of arguments between different political groups within the country. The Southern Governors forum claimed that their region should produce the next president while some Northern leaders have rejected this decision taken by Southern governors. (S/Governors. Photo Credit: Infonow).
The 2023 presidential election has caused a lot of arguments and misunderstandings between the Northern and Southern Governors. The Northern governors forum rejected the decision of the Southern Governors that 2023 presidency should be zoned to the southern region. The Northern governors claimed that the zoning of presidency is not included in the constitution of Nigeria.
The 2023 presidential election has raised a lot of misunderstandings between different regions and political groups within the country. The two major political parties in Nigeria (APC & PDP) have not selected their presidential candidates but different regions have started to battle for the presidential position. (Northern Governors.
The ban on open grazing in some states within the southern part of Nigeria has raised a lot of arguments in the country. The Anti-Open Grazing law was signed by some governors in order to settle the dispute between farmers and herdsmen. (Photo Credit: Infogist).