As the 2023 General Elections is fast approaching, Although, the Candidate of the party in the 2019 Presidential Poll, Atiku Abubakar is yet to publicly declare his interest to run for President. But his recent activities indicates that he is not giving up on his Ambition to become Nigeria's President.
There is no doubt that the 2023 presidential election has begun to gather momentum. The election, which is less than two years away from now, has continued to attract serious attention from the public. It should be recalled that for a while now, there have been heated debates between the South, and Northern region concerning which region should produce the next President of Nigeria.
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.
Two Prominent Politicians From The South That May Be Favoured As The 2023 PDP Presidential Candidate
As the 2023 Presidential Election is fast approaching, It's no longer a news that the PDP recently zoned it's National Chairmanship Position to the North. Thus, giving a clear signal that the party might pick it's 2023 Presidential Candidate from the South. Below is a list of Two Political Gladiators from the South that might be favoured by the PDP Zoning Arrangements.
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As the 2023 Presidential Election gathers momentum, Zoning Debate between the North and the South has been a trending issue especially in the the People's Democratic Party (PDP). The Issue assumed a new dimension after a Former Minister of Aviation, Chief Osita Chidoka revealed how the PDP agreed to Zoning in build-up to the 2019 General Elections.
President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday met with Goodluck Jonathan. Photo Credit: Punch Newspapers President Buhari's meeting with Goodluck Jonathan was held behind closed doors inside the Presidential Villa, Abuja. Jonathan arrived for the meeting at about 4pm on Wednesday. He did not speak with State House correspondents at the end of the meeting.
Ahead of the 2023 Presidential Election, the Race to Succeed President Muhammadu Buhari is already gathering momentum, In this article, I will be talking about Two Prominent Igbo Politicians who can enjoy the support of Northerners if they decides to run for President in 2023. These Political Gladiators are
Four Key Reasons Why the PDP Should Adopt Peter Obi or Kwankwaso as It's 2023 Presidential Candidate
The 2023 Presidential Election is around the corner. Already, politicking over who succeed President Muhammadu Buhari has commenced in earnest, even though the Election is about Eighteen Months away from this time. This article focuses on Four Major Reasons why the opposition People's Democratic Party (PDP) should adopt either Peter Obi or Senator Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso as it's 2023 Presidential Candidate.
It is no more news that the former Governor of Lagos State, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, is nursing the ambition to run during the Presidential Election in 2023, and, without a doubt, some political experts have been airing their views as regards his ambition. Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu || Google.
As the 2023 Presidential Election is fast approaching, Politicking in the opposition People's Democratic Party (PDP) has commenced in earnest. However, there are indications that the opposition party might zone it's Presidential Ticket to the North. Thus, leaving the South with the Vice-presidential Slot.
As we move closer to the Next Presidential Election in the Country, the available indication has shown that one out of these two political gladiators may likely take over from the Incumbent President Muhammadu Buhari. Notable among them are: Photo credit: Google (1) Yemi Osinbajo
As the much anticipated 2023 Presidential Election draws near, there are Political Heavyweights to watch out within the People's Democratic Party (PDP), precisely those likely to emerge as the party's Vice-Presidential Candidate in 2023. Notable among them are 1. Peter Obi Obi, 60 was the 2019 Vice-presidential Candidate of the opposition party.
Photo: Map of Nigeria with two topmost political parties in the country, culled from the Nation Politicians and political parties who have interests in the 2023 General Elections have commenced political activities that may ensure their victories at the polls. Pending any new amalgamation of political parties, the two most prominent political parties that will still be wrestling power for winning the 2023 presidential election are the ruling party, All Progressives Congress (APC) and the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
It is no longer news that the National Leader of the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC), Bola Ahmed Tinubu has returned to Nigeria after spending three months on a medical tour to the United Kingdom. However, one thing which many people may still want to know about his journey to the foreign country is the main reason he went there since he was never seen on a sickbed during his stay in London.
Political parties and civil organization groups are already making preparations for the highly anticipated presidential election in 2023. The election, which will take place in a few years time will determine who will succeed Nigeria's current president, Muhammadu Buhari, at the end of his tenure.
The 2023 Presidential Election has been one of the trending topics among Political pundits recently. In the camp of the People's Democratic Party (PDP), there are Top Politicians that may be considered as the 2023 PDP Vice-presidential Candidate. They include Peter Obi Photo Credit: Google
The 2023 Presidential Election is forthcoming and there have been various debate surrounding who will succeed Buhari President Muhammadu Buhari in 2023. Various regions in Nigeria are hoping to produce the next President of Nigeria after Buhari's tenure expires in 2023. Photo credit: Peoples Gazette Ebonyi State Governor, David Umahi on Friday said he would be pained if an Igbo does not emerge as the All Progressives Congress presidential candidate come 2023.
Never in the history of Nigeria has a Northerner become president of the Federation without the support of the South. Are you in doubt? Don't worry, the statement and the reason why a southern candidate will win the 2023 presidential election shall be explained. In the first republic, Alhaji Tafawa Balewa of the Northern Peoples Congress (NPC) only became head of government (prime Minister ) after his party had a Coalition with the National Council of Nigeria and Cameroons(NCNC).
The 2023 Presidential Election is forthcoming and there have been various debate surrounding which region should produce Nigeria's next President. According to a report from "Peoples Gazette", Governors from the Northern states on Monday condemned the resolution of their southern counterparts on the zoning of the presidency in 2023, describing it as unconstitutional.